Rebecca Black Talks New Song

Jul 19, 2011, 17:56 by Sarah Long

Rebecca Black, made famous for her first single "Friday," recently came out with her second song entitled "My Moment."

In an "Early Show" interview Tuesday, Black admitted the pressure to produce another hit to rival "Friday" was "hard."

"'Friday' was such a hit. And so, to get something, you have to find the perfect song that kind of tells off the haters a little bit, but still shows that you're a serious artist," she said.

"Early Show" co-anchor Rebecca Jarvis remarked, "You talk about telling off the haters. How do you deal with some of that negativity? I mean, obviously, you can put your music out there. But in those private moments, what do you turn to?"

Black said her mom has been her best supporter.

"She's always supported me, ever since I was a little 2-year-old in dance recitals. So, I mean, it's hard, because you have to deal with bullying, being a teenager, anyways. And now, to have the whole world -- I mean, that's not normal. So, I mean, luckily, the haters don't have to watch 'Friday' or 'My Moment.' So they can turn it off if they want. They don't have to hate. But it doesn't bother me anymore."

Black also advised her fans, speaking from her experience, to never let the bullying get to them, saying, "It's OK to be sad about (bullying) for a little bit, but don't let it change you permanently," CBS reports.

So far, "My Moment" has gotten more than 600,000 hits on YouTube.