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Diamonds & Dancefloors is the second studio album by American singer Ava Max. It was released on January 27, 2023, through Atlantic Records. Recorded throughout 2021, the album is a dance-pop record much like Max's debut studio album Heaven & Hell (2020). The album was promoted by the release of six singles: "Maybe You're the Problem", "Million Dollar Baby", "Weapons", "Dancing's Done", "One of Us", and "Ghost". The album debuted in the top ten in various countries, including Austria, Germany, Hungary, Spain and Switzerland. In the United States, the album debuted at number thirty-four on the Billboard 200.

Background

On February 12, 2022, Max cut off her signature "Max Cut" and dyed her hair red, sparking rumors about the start of a new era.[2] On March 2, 2022, she confirmed that a song titled "Maybe You're The Problem" would be the lead single. She also stated that her upcoming album would be her most personal album to date.[3] In an interview with Billboard, she revealed that she had been working on the album for the whole of 2021, which she refers to as "the hardest year" of her life.[4] She also stated that she was "terrified" as her recently recorded music became more vulnerable.[5]

On June 1, 2022, she revealed the album name and the main original cover art, first on social media, then on The Today Show.[6] Max was seen on the original cover art covered in diamonds on the cover with a diamond in her mouth.[7] The album is set to include 14 tracks in total.[8] The album was set for release on October 14, 2022, but was postponed to January 27, 2023, with the official main cover art which was unveiled on December 19, 2022.[9]

Cover artworks

The album has three official album artworks, all shot by American photographer Marilyn Hue.[9] The first cover art for Diamonds and Dancefloors was unveiled by Max on June 1, 2022, on her social media platforms. It features a close up of Max covered in diamonds with a diamond in her mouth.[10] The cover was later only used on physical versions of the album; the new one was used on digital and streaming editions.

The main cover art for the album was unveiled on December 19, 2022, once again on Max's social media platforms. It was taken after the filming of the visualizer for "Dancing's Done", the album's fourth single, featuring Max laying on blue diamonds with sliver ones seen near her head. In an interview with ET Canada, Max explained why she made it the album's main cover:

It's from the Diamonds & Dancefloors visualizer for "Dancing's Done". And so when I finished with that visualizer, I was like "Ok, I've been sitting on the other album cover for way too long, it's time to swap it, and we're swapping it for this." And it really looked like the cover to me.

— Ava Max, from "Ava Max Explains Why She Changed 'Diamonds & Dancefloors' Album Cover", ET Canada[11]

The album received a third cover for the CD version of the album as an alternative album cover version; the artwork switches the back cover as the front and the original front as the back cover.[12] The cover features Max standing on a giant tilting diamond while holding a suspended microphone on one hand and pouring champagne from a glass with her other hand.[13]

Music and lyrics

Diamonds & Dancefloors is a pop,[14] dance-pop[15][16] and new wave[17] record with a "synth-pop backbone"[18] and "electropop melodies with some 90s synths and a touch of disco".[19] According to Max, the sound and lyrics of the album "will make you cry and dance at the same time". She described the album's main theme as "basically heartbreak on the dancefloor".[20] Unlike her previous album, Heaven & Hell, Max mentioned that Diamonds & Dancefloors is more about her personal life, especially her past relationships.[21] The album contains lyrics about the deterioration and eventual breakdown of a relationship,[22] as well as empowering and escapist lyrics.[23]

Songs

Diamonds & Dancefloors opens with "Million Dollar Baby", a pop[24][25][26] and Eurodance song,[27] inspired by music from the 2000s.[26] The song interpolates "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (2000) by LeAnn Rimes[27][28] and contains lyrics that reference assistive reproductive technology.[29] The second track, "Sleepwalker", is a synth-pop song[30] with "slick" production and a "nocturnal feeling",[31] where Max sings about becoming the obsession of someone who has fallen in love with her.[32] The third track, "Maybe You're The Problem", is a dance-pop[33] and synth-pop song,[34][35] with influences from Eurodance,[36] Europop[37] and music in the 1980s.[33][36] The lyrics describe Max's initiation to depart from a relationship with a selfish partner.[38] The fourth track, "Ghost", is an early 1990s house song[30] with lyrics about not being able to forget an ex-lover.[39] The fifth track, "Hold Up (Wait A Minute)", is a dance-pop song[40] with elements of disco,[39] where Max sings about her growing suspicion of her lover cheating on her with someone else.[31] The sixth track, "Weapons", is a disco-pop[41] and Europop[42] song that contains lyrics about recognizing one's own fallibility and vulnerability and therefore becoming strong and "invincible".[41][43] It is followed by the album's title track, an early 1990s house song[30] that has been described as a "club anthem", with lyrics of escapism and freedom, inspired by Max's mental state during the COVID-19 pandemic.[44]

The eighth track, "In The Dark", contains "dark melodies",[45] UK garage beats[46] and lyrics about being loved only at night.[47] It is followed by "Turn Off The Lights", a disco-influenced song[30] where Max "promises euphoria once the lights go out".[31] The tenth track, "One Of Us", is a pop song[22] inspired by 1980s disco and dance music,[48] where Max sings about not wanting to hurt her lover.[47] The eleventh track, "Get Outta My Heart", is an electronic dance song[30] where Max sings about ditching an ex-lover.[47] It samples the film score of the 1968 film Twisted Nerve.[30] It is followed by "Cold As Ice", a disco-pop[49] and dance-pop song[40] with male backing vocals.[31] The penultimate track, "Last Night On Earth", is an electro song [30] with lyrics inspired by the disaster films Geostorm (2017) and San Andreas (2015).[40] The album closes with "Dancing's Done", a Europop song[50] where Max sings about what could happen at the end of the night between her and someone else.[51]

Release and promotion

Diamonds & Dancefloors was released on January 27, 2023, through Atlantic Records. The standard edition of the album was released for digital download and streaming and physically on CD, cassette and vinyl.[52] The CD was released with two different covers and the vinyl record in four different colors. The Japanese edition of the album was released on CD with two bonus tracks: a remix of "Maybe You're The Problem" and a remix of "Million Dollar Baby".[53] On February 22, 2023, Max announced her first headlining tour in support of the album, titled On Tour (Finally).[54] She also stated that a deluxe edition of the album was planned to be released;[55] however, after the last show of the tour on September 9, 2023, she indicated in an Instagram post that she moved on from Diamonds & Dancefloors in favor of developing her third album.[56]

From December 21 to 30, 2022, Max held an activity called "12 Days of Diamonds & Dancefloors", where she planned to share a new visualizer every day for twelve days. On the first day, she posted a visualizer for "Dancing's Done" on her YouTube channel.[57] The next day, a snippet of the visualizer for "Weapons" was posted via TikTok. For the next seven days, she posted snippets of the visualizers for the title track,[58] "Turn Off The Lights",[59] "Cold as Ice",[60] "In the Dark",[61] "Last Night on Earth",[62] "Hold Up (Wait a Minute)"[63] and "Get Outta My Heart".[64][65] On the last day of the event, a snippet of the visualizer for "Ghost" was released.[66] Max then mentioned that she would save three more surprises for the month of January.[67] The full visualizer for "One of Us" was released on the album's release day.[68] It was followed by the full visualizer for "Weapons" on March 3, 2023,[69] and the full visualizer for "Ghost" on March 16, 2023.[citation needed] In April 2024, Max revealed she did not release the full visualizers for the rest of the tracks because she was not satisfied with the end result; however, she did not want to discard them completely, which is why she decided to post snippets of them.[70]

Singles

On March 2, 2022, Max announced that "Maybe You're The Problem" would be the lead single of the album. She began teasing the song through snippets and TikTok videos. It was finally released on April 28, 2022, and subsequently debuted and peaked at number 83 on the UK Singles Chart. Max performed the song for the first time on June 1, 2022, on The Today Show,[71] where she also announced the album. She performed the song again at the 2022 LOS40 Music Awards on November 4 of the same year.[72]

In August 2022, Max began teasing "Million Dollar Baby". The song was released on September 1, 2022, as the second single from the album. On October 13, 2022, Max revealed the track listing of the album along with and the back cover, on social media.[73] Max performed the song at the 2022 MTV Europe Music Awards on November 13,[74] and at the 2022 NRJ Music Awards on November 18.[75] The song appears in the rhythm game Just Dance 2023 Edition, with the choreography performed by Max herself as a coach.[76]

Through TikTok, Max teased the release of the album's third single, "Weapons", which was released on November 10, 2022.[77]

On December 20, 2022, Max released "Dancing's Done" as the album's fourth single, and on January 12, 2023, Max released "One Of Us" as the album's fifth single.

On March 16, 2023, Max released the official visualizer to "Ghost" as the album's sixth single. The song also received a remix by Italian DJ's Merk & Kremont, which was released on May 12, 2023.[78]

Promotional singles

The album's first and only promotional single, "Cold As Ice", was released on January 24, 2023. [79]

Tour

On Tour (Finally) was the debut headlining concert tour by Max, in support of the album.

Background

The tour was first announce with 24 dates in Europe on February 22, 2023.[54] The dates for the North American leg and the music festivals were announced on April 3, 2023.[80] On April 6, 2023, American singer Emlyn announced that she would be the opening act for the European leg.[81] On May 4, 2023, American band The Scarlet Opera announced that they would be the opening act for the North American leg.[82]

Setlist

This set list is representative of the concert on April 14, 2023.[83] It does not represent all concerts for the duration of the tour.

  1. "Diamonds & Dancefloors"
  2. "My Head & My Heart"
  3. "Who's Laughing Now"
  4. "Hold Up (Wait A Minute)"
  5. "Kings & Queens"
  6. "Weapons"
  7. "Maybe You're the Problem"
  8. "Ghost"
  9. "Cold As Ice"
  10. "Belladonna"
  11. "Not Your Barbie Girl"
  12. "Salt"
  13. "One Of Us"
  14. "Alone, Pt. II"
  15. "Last Night On Earth"
  16. "Dancing's Done"
  17. "Sleepwalker"
  18. "Million Dollar Baby"
  19. "Sweet But Psycho"
  20. "The Motto"

Tour dates

DateCityCountryVenueOpening acts
Europe
April 14, 2023ManchesterEnglandO2 RitzEmlyn
April 15, 2023GlasgowScotlandSWG3 Glasgow
April 17, 2023BirminghamEnglandO2 Institute Birmingham
April 19, 2023LondonO2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
April 20, 2023
April 24, 2023BrusselsBelgiumAncienne Belgique
April 25, 2023ParisFranceL’Olympia
April 28, 2023AmsterdamNetherlandsParadiso
May 8, 2023StockholmSwedenBerns Bistro & Bar
May 10, 2023OsloNorwaySentrum Scene
May 13, 2023ZürichSwitzerlandKomplex 457
May 15, 2023MilanItalyFabrique Milan
May 18, 2023LisbonPortugalColiseu dos Recreios
May 21, 2023HamburgGermanyDocks
May 22, 2023ColognePalladium Cologne
North America
May 31, 2023DetroitUnited StatesSaint Andrew's HallThe Scarlet Opera
Band of Silver
June 1, 2023ChicagoHouse of Blues Chicago
June 3, 2023PittsburghStage AE
June 4, 2023PhiladelphiaTheatre of Living ArtsThe Scarlet Opera
Band of Silver
June 6, 2023BostonParadise Rock Club
June 8, 2023New York CityIrving Plaza
June 9, 2023WashingtonThe Fillmore Silver SpringBand of Silver
June 11, 2023AtlantaBuckhead TheatreThe Scarlet Opera
Band of Silver
June 12, 2023NashvilleBrooklyn Bowl Nashville
June 15, 2023HoustonHouse of Blues Houston
June 16, 2023DallasThe Echo Lounge & Music Hall
June 19, 2023San DiegoHouse of Blues San Diego
June 20, 2023Los AngelesThe Fonda Theatre
June 22, 2023San FranciscoThe Fillmore San Francisco
June 24, 2023SeattleNeptune Theatre
June 25, 2023PortlandMcMenamins Crystal Ballroom
June 28, 2023DenverSummit Music Hall
June 30, 2023MinneapolisVarsity Theater
July 1, 2023[a]MilwaukeeBMO Pavilion
Eurasia
July 8, 2023MadridSpainMad Cool Festival
July 12, 2023MontreuxSwitzerlandMontreux Jazz Festival
July 16, 2023JoensuuFinlandIlosaarirock
July 23, 2023ParisFranceLollapalooza
July 28, 2023BodøNorwayOpptur
July 29, 2023ÖstersundSwedenStorsjöyran
August 5, 2023SkanderborgDenmarkSmukfest
August 11, 2023RiyadhSaudi ArabiaBLVD International Festival Site
September 1, 2023MadridSpainCoca-Cola Music Experience
September 3, 2023MunichGermanySuperbloom
September 9, 2023BerlinLollapalooza

Reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic80/100[85]
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[30]
The Line of Best Fit7/10[15]
NME[23]
PopMatters7/10[84]

Diamonds & Dancefloors received a score of 80 out of 100 based on 4 reviews on review aggregator Metacritic, indicating "generally favorable" reception.[85]

The album received generally positive reviews from critics and fans, praising Max's vocal performance, mixture of dance genres, and throwback to the 1980s dance pop genre, while criticism was aimed towards the continued use of interpolations, lack of originality and cliché lyrics. Neil Z. Yeung of AllMusic wrote that the album is "deftly executed and ideal for repeat listens" and "it's pure, irresistible thrills from start to finish". Yeung found Max's vocal power "passionate".[30] Sam Franzini of The Line of Best Fit found that the album is "shimmering and twinkling with production that is consistently sharp", although "we don't learn much about Max on these songs", because the songs have "no narrative sense".[15] Furthermore, AllMusic included the album in its year-end compilation of the favorite pop albums of 2023.[86]

Track listing

Diamonds & Dancefloors standard edition
No.TitleLyricsMusicProducer(s)Length
1."Million Dollar Baby"
3:04
2."Sleepwalker"
  • Cirkut
  • Jeberg
3:10
3."Maybe You're the Problem"
  • Koci
  • Douglas
  • Lomax
  • Abraham Dertner
  • Walter
  • Jeberg
  • Cirkut
  • Jeberg
  • Dertner[c]
3:10
4."Ghost"WalterCirkut3:01
5."Hold Up (Wait a Minute)"
  • Cirkut
  • Goldstein
2:28
6."Weapons"
  • Lindgren
  • Cirkut[c]
2:31
7."Diamonds & Dancefloors"
  • Pollack
  • Walter
Cirkut2:35
8."In The Dark"
  • Koci
  • Love
  • Cirkut
  • Fedi
2:52
9."Turn Off the Lights"
  • Koci
  • Love
  • Cirkut
  • C. McDonough
2:36
10."One of Us"
2:59
11."Get Outta My Heart"
  • Koci
  • Love
  • Cirkut
  • Evigan
3:00
12."Cold as Ice"
  • Koci
  • Love
  • Cirkut
  • C. McDonough
  • T.I. Jakke
  • Tor Eimon[a]
2:23
13."Last Night on Earth"
  • Koci
  • Love
  • C. McDonough
  • Erixson
  • Walter
  • Cirkut
  • C. McDonough
2:57
14."Dancing's Done"
  • Koci
  • Douglas
  • Pablo Bowman
  • Burns
  • Rycroft
  • Walter
  • Lostboy
  • Burns
  • Cirkut[v]
2:46
Total length:39:31
Japanese edition bonus tracks[53]
No.TitleLyricsMusicProducer(s)Length
15."Maybe You're the Problem" (MOTi remix)
  • Koci
  • Douglas
  • Lomax
  • Dertner
  • Walter
  • Jeberg
  • Cirkut
  • Jeberg
  • Dertner[c]
2:47
16."Million Dollar Baby" (Coastr remix)
  • Koci
  • Agombar
  • Stewart
  • Pollack
  • Rycroft
  • Walter
  • Warren
  • Cirkut
  • Lostboy
  • Stewart
2:41
Total length:45:10

Notes

Personnel

Musicians

  • Ava Max – vocals
  • Cirkut – all instruments, programming (tracks 1–5, 7–13)
  • David Stewart – all instruments, programming (1)
  • Abraham Dertner – all instruments, programming (2, 3)
  • Jonas Jeberg – all instruments, programming (2, 3)
  • Johnny Goldstein – all instruments, programming (5)
  • Omer Fedi – all instruments, programming (8)
  • Connor McDonough – all instruments, programming (9, 12, 13)
  • Burns – all instruments, programming (10)
  • Jason Evigan – all instruments, programming (11)
  • Jakke Erixson – all instruments, programming (12)

Technical

Charts

Release history

Diamonds & Dancefloors release history
RegionDateFormat(s)Version(s)LabelRef.
VariousJanuary 27, 2023StandardAtlantic[52]
BrazilCDWarner[115]
JapanJapanese[116][53]

Notes

  1. ^ This show was part of Summerfest.

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Veröffentlichungen von Ava Max die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

Heaven & Hell ¦ Diamonds & Dancefloors

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Ava Max (2023)

Ava Max (* 16. Februar 1994 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin als Amanda Koçi, bürgerlich: Amanda Ava Koci[1]) ist eine US-amerikanische Popsängerin und Songschreiberin. Der internationale Durchbruch gelang ihr 2018 mit der Debütsingle Sweet but Psycho.

Biografie

Kindheit und Jugend

Ava Max’ Eltern stammen aus Saranda und Tirana in Albanien.[2] Sie verließen das Land in den 1990er Jahren. Nach ihrer Geburt zog die Familie nach Virginia. Ihre Kindheit wurde durch die Vorliebe ihrer Mutter zur Oper musikalisch geprägt.[3] Sie hat einen Bruder.

Bereits in der Schule trat sie auf der Bühne als Sängerin auf und zählt Madonna, Gwen Stefani, Fergie, Britney Spears und Christina Aguilera zu ihren musikalischen Einflüssen.[4] Im Alter von 14 Jahren bat sie den US-amerikanischen Musiker Pharrell Williams um Hilfe, um in das Musikgeschäft einzusteigen. Hierfür zog sie später nach Los Angeles.

Bis 2017: Musikalische Anfänge

Mitte der 2000er Jahre wurde sie im sozialen Netzwerk Myspace aktiv. Unter dem Namen Amanda Kay veröffentlichte sie dort neben einigen Coverversionen auch eigene Lieder, die von Kevin Rudolf produziert wurden. Am 12. September 2008 erschien die aus sechs Songs bestehende EP Amanda Kay. Die EP wurde unter anderem auch auf iTunes zur Verfügung gestellt.[5] 2013 erschienen zwei Kollaborationen im Bereich Electro-House mit dem österreichischen Produzenten und Tim-Tim-Mitglied Fritz Jerey. Dabei kam sie auch in Kontakt mit dem Produzenten-Team um Dr. Luke. Die Sängerin trat hier erstmals unter dem Künstlernamen AVA in Erscheinung. Während die erste Produktion Satellite lediglich auf SoundCloud veröffentlicht wurde,[6] erschien der zweite Song Take Away the Pain im Mai 2013 über Koci Media und Hizz Media Group als Single.[7]

Zwischen 2014 und 2015 traf sie auf den kanadischen Musikproduzenten und späteren Lebenspartner Henry Russell Walter alias Cirkut,[8] der mit ihr die Lieder Spinning Around und Come Home produziert. Die Popsongs wurden unter dem Namen Ava Koci via SoundCloud veröffentlicht. Im Juli 2015 veröffentlichte das kanadische DJ- & Produzenten-Duo Project 46 ihr offizielles Studioalbum Beautiful mit u. a. einer neu abgemischten Version des Liedes Take Away the Pain, bei dem der Produzent DallasK mitwirkte.[9]

2016 unterzeichnete sie einen Plattenvertrag bei Atlantic Records. Im Januar 2016 veröffentlichte sie als AVA den Song Jet Set. Im Juli 2016 veröffentlichte sie ebenfalls als AVA das Lied Anyone But You, ebenfalls via SoundCloud.

Im August 2017 veröffentlichte der US-amerikanische DJ und Produzent Le Youth das Stück Clap Your Hands, auf dem sie als Gastmusikerin zu hören ist. Der Song bildet ihre zweite Single-Veröffentlichung zugleich das erste Release unter ihrem Künstlernamen Ava Max. Der Song erzielte große Aufmerksamkeit auf Spotify (über 13 Mio. Aufrufe) und YouTube (über 3 Mio. Aufrufe). Im Dezember 2017 erschien das Lied Not Your Barbie Girl als ein weiteres SoundCloud-Upload, das ein Sample von Aquas Barbie Girl aus dem Jahr 1997 beinhaltet und das vor allem durch die häufige Verwendung in TikTok-Videos bekannt wurde.

2018 bis 2021: Debütalbum Heaven & Hell

Im April 2018 erschien die Promosingle My Way. Der Track erreichte Platz 38 der rumänischen Airplay-Charts. Im Mai 2018 folgte der nur auf YouTube und SoundCloud veröffentlichte Song Slippin, der in Zusammenarbeit mit Gashi aufgenommen wurde. Im Juni 2018 erschien ihr zweiter Gastbeitrag als Feature auf der Single Into Your Arms des US-amerikanischen Rappers Witt Lowry. Im Juli erschien auf SoundCloud das Lied Salt. Es folgte der bereits im Vorjahr auf SoundCloud freigegebene Song Not Your Barbie Girl als Promosingle. Insbesondere als Werbesong für die sich gerade etablierende Videoplattform TikTok erreichte das Lied Aufmerksamkeit.

Im August 2018 veröffentlichte sie ihre Debütsingle Sweet but Psycho. Der Song gelangte Mitte des Monats in die schwedischen Musikcharts. Bis Oktober 2018 kletterte das Lied dort bis auf Platz eins. In Deutschland erreichte es innerhalb von vier Wochen die Spitzenposition. Kurze Zeit später stieg es auch in der Schweiz, in Österreich und im Vereinigten Königreich auf Platz eins der Singlecharts.[10] Insgesamt kletterte der Song in 22 Ländern an die Spitze der Charts.

Auf dem im September 2018 von David Guetta veröffentlichten Studioalbum 7 sang sie Let It Be Me. Der Track enthält ein Sample von Tom’s Diner von Suzanne Vega aus dem Jahr 1987. Im Oktober 2018 veröffentlichte Max in Zusammenarbeit mit Vice und Jason Derulo den Song Make Up. Nachdem sich Sweet but Psycho Anfang Januar 2019 auch in den USA zu einem kommerziellen Erfolg entwickelt hatte und unter anderem an der Spitze der Billboard-Club-Songs stand, erschien im März 2019 der Nachfolgetitel So Am I. Im Juli 2019 veröffentlichte sie die Promosingles Blood, Sweat & Tears & Freaking Me Out

Im August 2019 erschien der Song Torn, im November folgte mit dem spanischen Musiker Pablo Alborán das Lied Tabú, im Dezember 2019 folgte die Singleveröffentlichung ihers Songs Salt, den sie zuvor im Jahr 2018 auf SoundCloud veröffentlicht hat, und Ende des Monats erschien mit dem britisch-norwegischen Musikproduzenten Alan Walker das Lied Alone, Pt.II sowie die Promosingle On Somebody.

Im März 2020 erschien die Single Kings & Queens, im Juli folgte Who's Laughing Now. Im September erschien OMG What's Happening und ihr Debütalbum Heaven & Hell.[11] Die digitale Fassung beinhaltet zusätzlich die Single My Head & My Heart.[12] Im Oktober 2020 erschien die Single Christmas Without You, bei der unter anderem Jesse Aicher, Sam Martin, Gian Stone und Henry Walter mitwirkten.[13]

Im Juni 2021 folgte die Single EveryTime I Cry[14] und im September Sad Boy von R3hab & Jonas Blue, bei dem sie und Kylie Cantrall als Gastmusikerinnen zu hören sind. Im November 2021 erschien der mit Tiësto aufgenommene Song The Motto.

Seit 2022: Diamonds & Dancefloors

Im April 2022 koppelte sie Maybe You’re the Problem als erste Single aus ihrem kommenden zweiten Studioalbum aus. Im September folgte Million Dollar Baby[15] und im November Weapons. Im Dezember erschien die Single Dancing's Done und im Januar 2023 One Of Us und Cold As Ice sowie das Album Diamonds & Dancefloors.[16]

Ende Juni veröffentlichte Max mit dem brasilianischen DJ Alok die Single Car Keys (Ayla) und im Juli folgte der Song Choose Your Fighter als Teil von Barbie The Album[17]

Am 20. Juni 2023 wurde Ava Max während einem Konzert in Los Angeles von einem Fan auf der Bühne geschlagen.[18][19] Der Vorfall geschah nur wenige Tage, nachdem die Sängerin Bebe Rexha mit einem Handy abgeworfen wurde.[20] Einen Tag später erklärte Max, dass der Zuschauer sie so hart geschlagen hat, dass die Innenseite ihres Auges aufgekratzt worden ist.[21]

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungen
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT CH UK US
2020Heaven & Hell
Atlantic Records (WMG)
DE7
(53 Wo.)DE
AT6
Gold
Gold

(69 Wo.)AT
CH5
(123 Wo.)CH
UK2
Gold
Gold

(32 Wo.)UK
US27
Platin
Platin

(34 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 18. September 2020
Verkäufe: + 1.652.500
2023Diamonds & Dancefloors
Atlantic Records (WMG)
DE8
(5 Wo.)DE
AT6
(5 Wo.)AT
CH8
(11 Wo.)CH
UK11
(2 Wo.)UK
US34
(1 Wo.)US
Erstveröffentlichung: 27. Januar 2023
Verkäufe: + 7.000

Auszeichnungen

  • 2019: Bravo Otto (Silber) – Kategorie: „Newcomer“[22]
  • 2019: LOS40 Music Awards – Kategorie: „Bester Internationaler Song des Jahres“ (Sweet But Psycho)[23]
  • 2019: MTV Europe Music Awards – Kategorie: „Best PUSH Act“[24]
  • 2020: BreakTudo Awards – Kategorie: „Artist on the Rise“[25]
  • 2020: LOS40 Music Awards – Kategorie: „Best Spanish Video“ (für Tabú mit Pablo Alborán)[26]
  • 2021: Swiss Music Awards – Kategorie: „Best Breaking Act International“[27]
  • 2022: LOS40 Music Awards – Kategorie: „Bestes Internationales Video des Jahres“ (Maybe You’re the Problem)
  • 2022: LOS40 Music Awards – Kategorie: „Beste Internationale Künstlerin des Jahres“[28]

Einzelnachweise

  1. ACE Repertory. In: ascap.com. Abgerufen am 22. Oktober 2018 (englisch).
  2. https://twitter.com/avamax/status/1061070044870791173. Abgerufen am 3. Oktober 2022.
  3. RJ Frometa: AVA MAX RETURNS WITH NEW SINGLE “SWEET BUT PSYCHO” -. In: ventsmagazine.com. 17. August 2018, abgerufen am 22. Oktober 2018 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  4. Ava Max Explains the Meaning behind Her Hit ‘Sweet But Psycho’ auf „Warner Music New Zealand
  5. 6 − Song EP auf „Genius“
  6. CTRClub: Ava Max - Satellite auf „SoundCloud“
  7. Album: AVA - Take Away The Pain auf „Napster
  8. Heiko Mandler: Ava Max Talks Sweet But Psycho and Upcoming Work auf „CelebMix“
  9. Ultra Music: Project 46 - Take Away The Pain (feat. Ava Koci) [Cover Art] auf „YouTube“
  10. Chartquellen: DE AT CH UK US
  11. Heaven & Hell / Ava Max. In: listen.tidal.com. 18. September 2021, abgerufen am 29. April 2021.
  12. Heaven & Hell / Ava Max. In: listen.tidal.com. 18. September 2021, abgerufen am 29. April 2021.
  13. Listening is everything. Abgerufen am 3. Oktober 2022 (englisch).
  14. Ava Max – EveryTime I Cry in „Apple Music“
  15. Ava Max: In einer schweren Phase in ihrem Leben weckte Ava Max das "Million Dollar Baby" in sich. 1. September 2022, abgerufen am 3. Oktober 2022.
  16. "Diamonds & Dancefloors" ist da: Ava Max über die Arbeit am neuen Album auf warnermusic.de
  17. Ava Max - Choose Your Fighter (From Barbie The Album) auf Spotify
  18. Ava Max Attacked on Stage During L.A. Show: ‘He Slapped Me So Hard’ auf billboard.com
  19. Ava Max SLAPPED by Stage Crasher auf YouTube
  20. Ava Max gets slapped onstage during her L.A. show, days after Bebe Rexha incident auf latimes.com
  21. Ava Max auf Twitter
  22. BRAVO-Otto-Wahl 2019: Vote für deinen Star!| BRAVO. Abgerufen am 30. Oktober 2020.
  23. LOS40: LOS40 Music Awards 2019: ganadores. Abgerufen am 30. Oktober 2020 (spanisch).
  24. THESE ARE THE BIG WINNERS AT THE 2019 MTV EMA | News | MTV EMA. Abgerufen am 30. Oktober 2020 (englisch).
  25. BreakTudo Awards 2020 Winners: The Complete List. In: KPOPCHANNEL.TV | Feel the Korean Wave. 24. Oktober 2020, abgerufen am 30. Oktober 2020 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  26. LOS40: Ganadores de LOS40 Music Awards 2020: Todo lo que ha pasado en la edición más especial. 5. Dezember 2020, abgerufen am 26. Dezember 2020 (spanisch).
  27. Voting | Swiss Music Awards 2021. Abgerufen am 26. Februar 2021 (amerikanisches Englisch).
  28. LOS40 MUSIC AWARDS 2022 | GALA completa auf YouTube

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