Ava Max announces the preparation of her third album

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Ava Max changed her Instagram bio to announce the news to her fans: her third album is in the works.

Only renowned artists had the privilege of participating in the soundtrack of the monumental “Barbie”, released in July of this year. Among the notable songs, it’s impossible not to mention “Dance The Night” by Dua Lipa, “What was I made For” by Billie Eilish and… “Choose your Fighter” by Ava Max.

The latter had in fact confirmed the expectations of her fans by unveiling her second album: “Diamonds and Dancefloors” in January of this year. A modern pop record which has found its audience, and the American intends to continue this momentum.

This weekend, while the singer had not given any news since her participation in the “Barbie” soundtrack, she changed her Instagram biography without warning, and revealed some great news for her fans.

While his Christmas song: “Christmas Without You” makes its return to the charts, the singer of “My Head & My Heart” revealed that his third album was in preparation.

The singer did not engage in the game of mysterious teasing, as artists like Dua Lipa were able to do, for example, for her single “Houdini”, but put her cards on the table by throwing out the information. For the moment, neither the date nor the name of this album have been revealed.


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