Cabello Makes the List of Tiger Beat’s 19 Under 19 Nominees

Camila Cabello may be feeling the (Tiger) Beat soon… 

Tiger Beat magazine has released it’s 19 Under 19 nominees, with the 19-year-old Cuban singer and Fifth Harmony member making the list.

Camila Cabello

The program intends to showcase and recognize the importance of entrepreneurs, influencers, musicians, philanthropists and more within the teenage demographic — proving the motto “young people can make a difference too” to be true.

Cabello received a nomination in the Best Snapchat Game category, where she’ll face off against Kendall Vertes, Aaron Carpenter, Cody Simpson, Kylie Jenner and Nash Grier.

Bella Thorne, meantime, picked up a nod in the Instagrammer of the Year category. The 18-year-old half-Cuban American actress/singer is up against Brooklyn Beckham, Lilimar, Cameron Boyce, Kalani Hilliker and Brec Bassinger.

Friday” singer Rebecca Black also earned a nomination. The 19-year-old half-Mexican American singer, who released new single “The Great Divide” recently, is nominated in the Influencer category.

Other Latino nominees include Vine stars Brent Rivera and Matthew Espinosa.

Check out the complete list of categories and nominees below, and head to to vote.

Peyton List
Chloe Grace Moretz
Lily-Rose Depp
Willow Smith
Maisie Williams
Luka Sabbat

Kellie Sweet
Bretman Rock
Olivia Jade
Teala Dunn
Amanda Steele
Suede Brooks

Skai Jackson
Maddie & Mackenzie Ziegler
Shawn Mendes
Forever in Your Mind
Sabrina Carpenter

Brooke Butler
Sophie Beem
Grace VanderWaal
Bailee Madison
Jacob Tremblay

Asia Newson
Alexandra Chang
G. Hannelius
Willa Doss
Ben Pasternak
Benjamin Kickz

Easy Ethical
Curls Defined
College Safe Search
The Human Race 

Maya Penn
Mikaila Ulmer
Marley Dias
Gabe Eggerling
Daniel Lara and Joshua Holz
Teagan Stedman

Rebecca Black
Alexis G. Zall
Dolan Twins
Jack Baran
Rowan Blanchard
Kid President (Robby Novak)

“Drop” by Chloe X Halle
“Panda” by Desiigner
“Lowlife” by That Poppy
“Phoenix” by Olivia Holt
“Smile” by Daniel Skye
“Say Our Goodbyes” by Harletson (Weston Wilson, Jackson Singleton and Nathan Harrington)

Mike Senatore
Millicent Phillips
Jack Aiello
Henry Marr
Calysta Bevier
Macey Hensley

Anwar Hadid
Jacob Whitesides
Hayes Grier
James TW
Dylan Dauzat
Peyton Meyer

Bea Miller
Madison Beer
Dinah Jane
Ryan Newman
Isabella Moner
Sophie Reynolds

Bella Thorne
Brooklyn Beckham
Cameron Boyce
Kalani Hilliker
Brec Bassinger

Baby Ariel
Loren Gray Beech
Jacob Sartorius
JoJo Siwa
Casey Simpson
Johnny Orlando

Landry Bender
Jordyn Jones
Hailee Steinfeld
Isac Elliot
Corey Fogelmanis
Aidan Alexander

Kendall Vertes
Aaron Carpenter
Cody Simpson
Kylie Jenner
Camila Cabello
Nash Grier

Mallory Pugh
Simone Biles
Jaheel Hyde
Gretchen Walsh
Shakur Stevenson
Giarnni Regini-Moran

Matthew Espinosa
Jake Paul
Brent Rivera
Ava/ Katie Ryan
The Cece Show

Kylie Rogers, Miracles From Heaven
Neel Sethi, The Jungle Book
Oakes Fegley, Pete’s Dragon
Ella Anderson, The Boss
Paris Berelc, Invisible Sister
Kevin G. Quinn, Adventures in Babysitting

Black Releases New Single “The Great Divide”

Divided Rebecca Black stands…

The 19-year-old half-Mexican American singer, who rose to acclaim with her YouTube hit single “Friday,” has returned with a new single called “The Great Divide,” as well as a music video for the track premiering exclusively with Billboard.

Rebecca Black

Black rose to internet stardom in 2011 with her song “Friday” which has logged more than 99 million views on YouTube, said she spent a month working on the new video, wanting to get it perfect for her haters.

In a teary-eyed intro, she said, “I just wanted to prove everyone wrong, but now that it’s here I have that within myself and I don’t need that anymore. I think what I’m also most excited about for is there are some of you I’ve seen stick with me for four or five years now and you’ve always been so excited and so patient with me, so before the music video starts I wanted to say thank you to you guys.”

Black Releases “Friday” Follow-Up, the Aptly Titled Track “Saturday”

Forget Friday…. Rebecca Black has moved on to the weekend…

Nearly three years after releasing the YouTube sensation “Friday” through Ark Music Factory, the 16-year-old half-Mexican American singer has released the follow-up to the tune that garnered millions of views while receiving harsh criticism for being what some considered “the worst song ever made.”

Rebecca Black

Black has now released the successor to her big hit, dropping the official music video for “Saturday.”

The singer depicts the morning after a Friday banger, but she and her friends are merely licking their wounds and preparing to do it all over again Saturday night.

“I don’t want this Saturday to end,” she sings over an electronic-infused beat and instrumentation.

She’s joined by fellow YouTube star Dave Days (with whom Black covered Rihanna‘s “Stay” earlier this year), who croons one of the verses.

Black has matured as a singer, sounding more confident, her voice shedding some of the Auto-tuned production on “Friday.” There’s even a line about “trying to get Friday out of my head.” It shouldn’t be too hard to figure out what that means.

The song itself is a totally passable piece of Radio Disney-esque pop, but this time it’s the music video that deserves the brunt of the attention. The clip features a myriad of references to the “Friday” video, including writing the word ‘fun’ on a sleeping guy’s face, eating from a bowl of cereal that has “gotta have my bowl” written on its side, and a car scene during which she sits in the front seat; our girl’s all grown up and has finally decided which seat she can take.

Though it’s too early to tell whether or not the song will even dwarf the success of its predecessor, “Saturday” has already racked up more than 4 million views on YouTube since its release.

Black Releases “In Your Words” Music Video

“It’s Friday, Friday…” And, Rebecca Black is back with new music…

The 15-year-old half-Mexican American singer has released the clip for her latest track “In Your Words.”

Rebecca Black In Your Words

Black’s mature and mellow sound on the new single is a far cry from that of her instaYouTube-hit “Friday,” which has received more than 167 million views since its release in 2011.

Matching the pensive and emotive lyrics, the video begins with an easy guitar and drum rhythm as Black is seen perusing several old letters, writing in her journal, and strolling around her huge abode. The singer then moves into the heavy break-up lyrics of the song while playing the piano, before jumping to visuals of her holding a black marker.

As Black croons the heart-wrenching lines of the chorus, “Moving on/cause you set me free/and I’m trying to be as much of myself as if you were here with me…And I’m feeling lost/but it’s not unheard/and while you go on living your life/I’m still stuck here/living in your words,” she goes on an all-out in silent protest and writes random words and graffiti on the clear glass door leading to the home’s swimming pool.