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Rebecca Black's "Friday" Beats Justin Bieber's "Baby" Record Climb (Top 11 of 11)



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Rebecca Black's "Friday" Beats Justin Bieber's "Baby" Record Climb was a top 11 story of 2011 for April. Here is the recap: Rebecca Black's "Friday" has surpassed the 100 million view barrier on Youtube, outpacing the most viewed video of all time, Justin Bieber's "Baby."

Spinlab sent over these details: A little over two months ago, Rebecca Black's life was like that of any other normal American 13 year old girl: attending junior high school, hanging out with friends, going to the mall. But this week, after a little more than two months since its debut, Rebecca's hit single "Friday" smashed the 100 million view barrier on YouTube, making the clip the 23rd most watched music video of all time on the site, and turning Rebecca's normal routine into a whirlwind of national television appearances, recording sessions and photo shoots.

The most viewed video of all time on YouTube is "Baby" by Justin Bieber, who can count Ms. Black as one of his biggest fans. But Rebecca's "Friday" which broke through the 100 Million view barrier after just 63 days is already outpacing the Bieber track which took 67 days to reach the lofty milestone. - more on this story

This Thanksgiving weekend we are looking back at the top 11 Day in Pop stories for each month of 2011. See the other Top 11 of 11 stories here

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Rebecca Black's "Friday" Beats Justin Bieber's "Baby" Record Climb (Top 11 of 11)



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Rebecca Black's "Friday" Beats Justin Bieber's "Baby" Record Climb was a top 11 story of 2011 for April. Here is the recap: Rebecca Black's "Friday" has surpassed the 100 million view barrier on Youtube, outpacing the most viewed video of all time, Justin Bieber's "Baby."

Spinlab sent over these details: A little over two months ago, Rebecca Black's life was like that of any other normal American 13 year old girl: attending junior high school, hanging out with friends, going to the mall. But this week, after a little more than two months since its debut, Rebecca's hit single "Friday" smashed the 100 million view barrier on YouTube, making the clip the 23rd most watched music video of all time on the site, and turning Rebecca's normal routine into a whirlwind of national television appearances, recording sessions and photo shoots.

The most viewed video of all time on YouTube is "Baby" by Justin Bieber, who can count Ms. Black as one of his biggest fans. But Rebecca's "Friday" which broke through the 100 Million view barrier after just 63 days is already outpacing the Bieber track which took 67 days to reach the lofty milestone. - more on this story

This Thanksgiving weekend we are looking back at the top 11 Day in Pop stories for each month of 2011. See the other Top 11 of 11 stories here

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News Reports



Latest Rock News Stories

Today's Full Day in Rock Report

Van Halen Bring Variety To Tour Kick Off Show

Ritchie Blackmore Plans Special Deep Purple and Rainbow Shows

Metallica's Manager Fears For The Future Of Hard Rock

Foo Fighters Kick Off Tour With Dave Grohl Using Throne For Broken Leg

Iron Maiden Honored For Their Contribution To Music

Chris Adler Would Pick Lamb Of God Over Megadeth Gig

Anubis Gate Cancel Debut U.S. Appearance For Health Reasons

Surprising Ozzy Osbourne 'Dairy Of A Madman' Revelation

The Misfits Announce New Lineup and Special Full Albums Shows

Blitz Kids Cancel Summer Tour Amid Break Up

Disturbed Frontman Explains Why He Quit Social Media

Obscura Cancel Live Appearances Due To Injury

Dengue Fever Expand The Deepest Lake Tour

The Night Flight Orchestra (Soilwork/Arch Enemy) Release Live Video

Tim Bowness Streams New Song 'Sing To Me'

Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson Had Two Tumors

Gerry Jablonski And The Electric Band Dedicate New Video To Dave Innes

Beastie Boys Deny Live Return Rumors

X Japan Announce First Album In 20 Years and New Documentary

The Winery Dogs Almost Done With New Album

Faith No More's Billy Gould Thinks Music Biz Going Backwards

Napalm Death Offering Previously Unreleased Track For Charity

Echolyn Return With New Album 'I Heard You Listening'

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Powerwolf Reveal Cover Of Gary Moore Classic

Knight Area Releasing Their First Live DVD 'Hyperlive'

Cynic Announce European Tour For Kindly Bent To Free Us

Soft Machine Added To HRH Prog 4 Lineup

Classic John Lennon Interview About The Beatles Animated

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