Rebecca Black Marks 10th Year of 'Friday' with Remix, Rage Comics

A cultural reset?
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Rebecca Black is back. Well, technically, she's been here all along but on Thursday, she dropped a remix of her highly debated hit song 'Friday' to mark a decade since its release.

First released on Feb. 10, 2011, the song was the then-13 year old's debut into the complex world of pop.

The techno-pop incarnation came with a music video, for which Black enlisted 3OH!3, Big Freedia, and Dorian Electra.

But the biggest stars of the video apart from Black? Rage comics' "forever alone girl" and "troll face," who replaced Black's carpool friends that she was having "fun, fun, fun, fun" with in the original video. 

It's the ultimate throwback to the early 2010s, when the cyberweb fictional universe was among those that kickstarted today's meme culture, which also happens to be the same culture that victimized Black as a young teenager in pop. 

The "online harassment" took a toll on her growing up, she later admitted. 

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