Angelique Sabrina, the 14-year-old native of the Bahamas who captured our attention last year by dancing her tail off in Hollywood in the 'Pull Up' video, is back with a new song called 'Stop Sign,' in which she's the center of attention. Hear the track for the first time exclusively on PopCrush.

'Stop Sign' reveals an urban pop style with hints of R&B and a distinct island flavor. Sabrina sings that everywhere she goes, people stop and pay attention to her. She doesn't mind the spotlight — in fact, she enjoys it, which is a good thing, considering that if the song blows up, she's going to have a lot more eyes on her.

'Stop Sign' features a guest appearance from Bajan singer Shontelle and was produced by Rockwilder, whose credits include working with Janet Jackson and co-producing the Grammy-winning remake of 'Lady Marmalade' by Christina Aguilera, Mya, Lil Kim and Pink.

Sabrina's musical style and Caribbean roots have many comparing her to Rihanna. Time will tell if those comparisons prove accurate, but 'Stop Sign' shows the teen performer has real promise. Look for a music video for the track coming soon in which the young singer goes old-school with an '80s New York vibe, complete with boomboxes and street dancers.

Check out 'Stop Sign' below. Do you think Angelique Sabrina is the next big thing?