Ava Max Releases Debut Album Heaven & Hell

Ava Max Releases Debut Album Heaven & Hell

Ava Max released her highly anticipated debut album Heaven & Hell. With the release of the album came the release of the video for her track ‘Naked.’

Heaven & Hell represents light and dark, good and evil, and the devil and angel on your shoulder, I’m discussing the dualities of the challenges we face each day. Some songs have darkness; other songs are more positive. Heaven & Hell is the middle ground.

Ava Max

We have all be awaiting Ava’s debut album and could not be more excited that it is finally here! You can buy and stream Heaven & Hell here.

We are loving this whole album so much and have zero complaints about it! Some of our favorite songs are ‘Tattoo’ and ‘ Kings & Queens.’ But we can never forget the song that grabbed our attention initially ‘Sweet but Psycho.’

Another song we cannot get enough of is ‘Naked’, which Ava released a music video for. We are obsessed with it and we think that you will be too!

The video might not be super complex, but the simplicity of it makes us all love the video even more. It is the perfect video for this amazing song that Ava has released for us.

We here at The Honey Pop cannot get enough of Ava Max’s new album Heaven & Hell. We cannot wait to hear what all of you think about it! What are your favorite songs? How are you liking the new video for ‘Naked’? Tweet us @TheHoneyPOP or find us on Facebook and Instagram!

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Featured image source courtesy of Ava Max on Instagram

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Adrianna Falaris

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