“Congratulations on your great songwriting and thank you for taking part in the Song of the Year contest. "Hollister Smile" did extremely well in the contest as it received the "Honorable Mention" placement in the contest. If Song of the Year receives a lot of positive responses from the judges about a song the Honorable Mention placement is given. Only the top writers receive this placement.”
“Rebecca received "Honorable Mention" for her song "All Men Are Created Equal" in the International Peacedriven Song Award.”
"Angels in Jerusalem" was awarded "Honorable Mention" for her song "Angels in Jerusalem" by VH1 Song of the Year Judges.
“Rebecca selected as a "Suggested Artist" by VH1 Song of the Year staff for her song "Wait for Me". Song of the Year staff wrote that Rebecca "has a very emotional voice".”
“Rebecca's single about peace, "Angels in Jerusalem" received 'Honorable Mention' from the Unisong International Song Contest.”
“Rebecca received the "Director's Award" for her song "Let Your Fire Take Me"”
“You don't yet know the name, "Rebecca". Rebecca is 14 years old and came from Florida when she was 10 years old. She is currently releasing her debut CD. The songs are all in English. The title of the CD is "Picture Me". Two singles off the CD have been released to date. One of the songs has the catchy title "All Men Are Created Equal" and brings a message of peace, love and equality among all humankind. The style of the songs is Dance/Pop/Rock.”
“Rebecca's recording of "Nu" was a "finalist" in the VH1 Song Of The Year contest in December. This is the third song off the new CD recognized by Song of the Year judges!”
“Does Britney Spears have a reason to worry? Maybe...At least that's what the judges think in "VH1 Save the Music, International Song Competition", where they gave the song "Picture Me" 1st place in the dance category for February, 2005.”
"Rebecca - a tiny Madonna and a tiny interview" Two weeks ago a couple of Israeli's wrote to the news that they won the VH1 "Song of the Year" contest in the month of February, 2005. A promising young pop singer by the name of Rebecca was the one who sang the winning song "Picture Me".
“Press Release: "Picture Me" received the honor of being named February's winner, in the Dance category, by the Song of the Year songwriting contest. Song of the Year is an international songwriting contest supporting VH-1's Save the Music Foundation.”
“Her name is Rebecca, she's 13 years old and she seems like the next big thing in the music world.”