Ava Max has been hailed the perfect pop princess, and her new album ‘Diamonds & Dancefloors’ is no exception to support this!
Ava Max is one of the most popular women in pop music right now, and has recently released her new album ‘Diamonds & Dancefloors’. She has amassed a whopping 12.7 billion streams worldwide to date and continues to rock the music industry with her sweet and sultry sound.
The new collection kicks off with ‘Million Dollar Baby’. Fueled by the classic Coyote Ugly track ‘Can’t Fight The Moonlight’ by LeAnn Rimes, it sets out the vibe for the album perfectly. The track has already hit 80.2 million streams worldwide.
‘Maybe You’re The Problem’ is a few tracks later and is powerfully emotive. It describes the feeling of realisation that an ex was actually the issue, and there’s nothing wrong with you at all! Shortly after, we have ‘Hold Up (Wait A Minute)’ which offers a sultry disco sound. The whole album will get you dancing, however this vibe will have you making routines on TikTok from the first listen!
‘Diamonds & Dancefloors’ is the title track and a banger to say the least. It encapsulates the fun and sassy essence of Ava Max and is a great example of her signature sound. Following this, ‘Turn Off The Lights’ has the most addicting beat. It also really shows off the vocal ability of Ava,being able to belt it out as well as a more quiet, seductive side.
‘One Of Us’ offers an incite to how different people can be effected by a relationship and how any issues are dealt with. It’s upbeat track and heartbreaking lyrics come together and offer a gut wrenching song in a really great way!
‘Last Night On Earth’ shows off Ava’s breezy vocals and is the perfect chilled track. It has getting-ready-for-a-night-out vibes and we’re totally here for it. Finally, the collection ends with ‘Dancing’s Done’, which sounds like the morning after the track before.
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