Ava Max Drops her Anthem-filled Debut Album 'Heaven & Hell'

"I am so proud of this album and hope it makes you realize how strong you are and to never stop being your true self."

Photo: Instagram/Ava Max



Ava Max, who grew up listening to musicians such as Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, and Lady Gaga, released her debut studio album "Heaven & Hell" on September 18.

The "Sweet but Psycho" songstress took to her Instagram page to announce the arrival of her empowering album.

Along with an adorable clip of herself, Max wrote: "The wait for #HeavenAndHell is finally over! Avatars, thank you for all the love you have shown me each step of the way."


"I am so proud of this album and hope it makes you realize how strong you are and to never stop being your true self," she added. "Love you 🖤 this is just the beginning. #HeavenAndHell"

Released through Atlantic Records, Max's new album has 15 songs. Meanwhile, in an interview with PEOPLE, the 26-year-old explained the meaning of her album.



"Heaven & Hell is not a religious thing," Max said. "It's more so the emotions we go through, the ups and the downs, the highs and the lows, the dark moments, the light moments, the happy moments, the sad moments. Everything in between."

"Heaven & Hell" has no ballads. The album is strictly anthem-filled, and there's a purpose for that.

"I usually go all or nothing," Max said. "If I do ballads, I'm going to want to do a whole ballad album. One ballad wouldn't be enough for me."



Max began singing and attending music competitions at eight years old, so for her, the release of her debut LP at 26 is a long time coming.

The singer hoped that "Heaven & Hell" gives motivation to people and fills in as a reminder that they can do anything on earth.


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