Whew, she’s done it again. Rebecca Black’s newest single, “Worth It For the Feeling,” is dripping in sultry sweetness from beginning to end. The sensual song finds Black crooning all her feelings right into your ears, while the driving beat will have you biting your lip while you no doubt heat up.
The new song is another step toward Black’s new project and a further stamp in her new era. She shared in a press release, “It’s been important to me to create as much of a distinct world/era for each single on my upcoming project as I can. This year has really been a reintroduction of not only where I’m at in my music but really everything surrounding that to create a full picture. It’s so fun for me to play sexy in a more unconventional and unusual way — and I want to keep challenging myself to disrupt the idea that people might have of the direction I am going in next. In every project we have approached together thus far, Weston Allen seems to always be challenging that in the same way which makes working together that much more exciting to me.”
“Worth It For the Feeling” also comes with a music video bathed in red and directed by Weston Allen. He conceptualized the video that pens Black inside a seedy poker game run by dolls. When the camera’s not panning across the game, it’s on Black — decked out in red — writhing as she sings. It’s a lot to take in and is sure to have plenty of viewers envious of Black’s lipstick and hair combo (the red is just so good).
Of the video, Allen said in a press release, “I’m also very grateful for #sizetwitter and their fantastic Rebecca Black edits giving me inspiration to the video’s themes of power and possession.” Check out the sexy video above prepare your ear holes for Black’s upcoming project, Rebecca Black Was Here, coming June 16.
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