Avril Lavigne has come out to defend her “Hello Kitty” video, in the most Avril way ever.
Self-infantalization has always been a mainstay of Avril Lavigne’s personal brand, but as she starts creeping towards 30 she’s decided to take a page from Gwen Stefani’s book and insert herself in a culture that absolutely reveres that sort of thing: hello, Japan.
After over a decade in the music industry, Lavigne has returned to work with Reid for ‘Avril Lavigne’, a grab bag of sounds from her familiar pop-punk anthems (see “Rock N Roll”), to EDM club-ready tracks (see “Hello Kitty”), to songs co-written by her new husband and Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger (see literally every track on Avril Lavigne).
Fresh 102.7 is gave fans a chance to join Karen Carson for a special Up Close & Personal Event with Avril Lavigne on Wednesday, November 6th at the Blue Note Jazz Club in Manhattan, courtesy […]
Avril Lavigne’s new self-titled release hits stores on November 5th, but you can stream the entire album right now on iTunes.
She wanted “different” for her nuptials to Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger, and she did different! Hey why not?
The “Complicated” singer and the Nickelback frontman, said their “I do’s” in front of 50 guests at Chateau La Napoule in the South of France on Monday (July 1).
Lavigne told MTV that Manson helped bring her out her naughty side on the song “Bad Girl, ” which will be on her untitled album, due out this September.
It’s the initial dream as a kid, a growing goal as an adult and the ultimate payoff for every musician: Get. On. The. Radio. Whether you ask newcomers or seasoned artists, the answers are always insightful and entertaining when they are posed the question, “How did you feel when you first heard your music on the radio?”
Avril Lavigne dropped the video for “Here’s To Never Growing Up” on Thursday (May 9), giving visuals to the raucous anthem. While the clip hammers home the point, she recently explained how the rebellious song became the first single from her forthcoming album.