Baby Queen has announced plans for new mixtape 'The Yearbook'.
The pop rebel's latest document, the collection was pieced during over our various lockdowns, and represents her broadest statement yet.
Out on September 13th - order it HERE - it's led by a brand new piledriver single.
Baby Queen links with MAY-A on 'American Dream', a blistering slice of alt-pop action that smashes home its point.
Baby Queen explains...
"This song compares a childlike infatuation with the idea of the American dream, which in hindsight is a bit of a fallacy, but there were people that did get to experience it and reach the prosperity they'd heard about. I'm really into manifestation - not in a spiritual way, just in a very practical sense."
"I think if you put all your energy into something by talking about it all the time or thinking about it, the course of your life will naturally bend towards that thing. This song is me manifesting my dream to be with a certain person. It's essentially a song about a childlike crush you are cheeky enough to plan out inside your own head."
While MAY-A adds: "This song is super fun to be a part of. Bella and I were talking online for a bit about music. I was a big fan of her song 'Want Me', so I feel really psyched that she wanted to bring me on to this track. It's a fun one to sing!"
Check out 'American Dream' below.
Tracklist for 'The Yearbook':
American Dream feat. MAY-A
Dover Beach Pt. 2
I'm A Mess
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