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Rebecca Black and NORD Collaborate to Create a Pop Album for the Ages

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Carter Davis, known by his stage name NORD, has been on a collaborative spree lately as a newly certified RIAA Platinum songwriter. His talent for crafting catchy hooks and emotive lyrics has landed him collaborations with some of the biggest names in Pop music. Recently, NORD worked with Rebecca Black on her latest album, titled ‘Let Her Burn,’ which transformed her sound and established her as a prevalent feminist Pop icon. The track list features a mix of upbeat pop anthems and introspective ballads, all showcasing Black‘s growth as an artist. The standout track on the album is ‘Crumbs,’ a feminist anthem that challenges toxic masculinity and celebrates female empowerment.

Rebecca Black first gained notoriety in 2011 with her viral hit ‘Friday.’ However, the song was heavily criticized for its simplistic lyrics and Auto-Tune-heavy production. Rebecca struggled to find her footing in the industry afterwards, but she continued to release music independently despite any backlash. In late 2022, Davis caught Black’s attention as an aspiring talent who was already working with other notable names in the scene, and she was impressed by his raw talent and unique perspective.

NORD‘s influence on the track is clear from the opening notes. The track features a pulsing beat, soaring vocals, and a catchy chorus that will stick in your head for days. However, it’s the lyrics that really set ‘Crumbs’ apart. Black sings about wanting a partner who respects her boundaries and treats her as an equal. She rejects traditional gender roles and stereotypes, further declaring that she is “not your accessory.”Carter has a knack for writing songs that resonate with listeners on a personal level. He draws inspiration from his own experiences and struggles, and he’s not afraid to tackle tough topics in his music. The talented Oregon teenager’s collaboration with Rebecca is just the latest example of his ability to elevate artists and help them find their unique voice.

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