RELEASED APRIL 6th THROUGH UNIVERSAL
BRAND NEW SINGLE OUT NOW
Swedish star Ängie has announced her debut album Suicidal Since 1995, due for release on April 6th through Universal. To mark the announcement Ängie has today released her brand new single ‘Dope’.
The new single features dark bass and rolling trap beats intertwined with a heady emotional flow, proving intoxicating and addictive in classic Ängie fashion. She explains, “‘Dope’” is actually a love song, but within it I confuse love with the rush for music and drugs. It’s a love song to music, dope and the person that makes me wanna fight for it.”
‘Dope’ is the first taste of Ängie’s debut album, which finds the Swedish singer on a darker and more emotive tip from the controversial pop that shot her to international fame.
Ängie burst onto the scene in 2016 and took the world by shock and awe with her debut single ‘Smoke Weed Eat Pussy’. The following singles ‘Housewife Spliffin’ and ‘Spun’further cemented her status as one of the hottest names to come out of Sweden.
The songs have clocked up 6 million views on YouTube and Ängie has had unofficial fan clubs established across the world in locations as far flung as Brazil and Russia. She has received critical praise from the broadsheets, scandalised the tabloids and became an overnight internet sensation.
Suicidal Since 1995 showcases a new and ever-more exciting side to Ängie, developing her sound in dark and unexpected ways that are sure to add to the huge acclaim she has received.
“Dismissing Ängie as another cookie-cutter pop star would not only be extremely patronising, it’d be foolish.” – Huck
“Forget Beyonce, we’ve found our favourite new pop diva” – The Sun
“An emblem of the liberal-minded revolution” – The Guardian
“Ängie may be the most controversial star we have ever seen” – Daily Star
“Ängie looks set to continue shaking up the pop sphere” – Wonderland
“The most provocative singer is back with a bang.” – Loaded
“The young Swede’s career is on a dizzying upward trajectory” – Red Bulletin
“We wouldn’t call her controversial, we’d just call her real.” – The 405
“Sweden’s answer to Miley Cyrus” – Pink News