Ava Max has been on a roll with her music lately. Last week saw the release of her brand-new single “Who’s Laughing Now,” this week sees a revamped version of her other single “Kings and Queens.”
For the new version, Ava had some help from a couple of friends. Lauv and Saweetie have put their stamp on the single. It’s an interesting take as we now hear the male point of view. In the song, Lauv sings;
“She’s the queen and I’m just lucky to get close to the throne
I’m not worthy, I’m not worthy, but she’s taking me home
No damsel in distress, don’t need to save her
She’s a goddess, I would never try to change her“
We all love a supportive male to stand beside a queen. The lyrics above twists the original lyrics to suit the males’ side of the story, claiming that he doesn’t need to change her, she’s strong and independent enough without it.
The song closes with an insane rap performed by Saweetie. We’ll be listening to the track on repeat until we know every single word. “Kings and Queens” already made us feel badass, but the new revamped version makes this feeling even greater. With Lauv boosting our egos, followed by Saweetie rapping flawlessly, it’s hard not to feel extremely empowered.
Ava Max has an album coming out later in the year, so be sure to keep an eye on her Twitter for more updates! It’s going to be one of 2020’s most anticipated releases, so you don’t want to miss out! “Kings and Queens Pt. 2” is now available to stream and download on all major streaming platforms.
What did you think of the new version of “Kings and Queens”? Do you love it as much as we did? Let us know over on our Twitter! – @aboutthe_noise