Kim Petras Ready to eat. The singer announced her debut album, To feed the beast, He will arrive on June 23 after a series of starts and stops over the past few years. Petras announced the record on social media alongside a photo of a sharp sword resting on jagged rocks.
Over the weekend, the singer shared a dark, medieval mood board. The set of images included a grayscale image of a knight’s helmet, metal shield, and three different swords. “The story begins on June 23,” she wrote.
The story almost started many times before. It was rumored that Petras was imitating her debut problemHowever, this particular project was canceled last summer after being subjected to a series of leaks. She said, “I know for the fans, it was very hard to see an entire album disappear — for me, too.” painting in 2022. “That parent album made it through the pandemic. But I also realized in the process that I was doing what I always did; I was writing pop songs about wanting to get away from it all. It was, again, ‘The world is ending, let’s party’ I love it, but I’m in a different place now.”
To feed the beast It will mark Petras’ first full-length project with Republic Records. This follows the release of the singer’s latest singles, “Brrr” and “Alone,” featuring Nicki Minaj, and a 7-track EP. pop slutwhich arrived this past February and was co-written and co-produced by Dr. Luke.
a few weeks later To feed the beast Upon his arrival, Dr. Luke’s defamation lawsuit against Kesha – whom he accused of alleged sexual, physical and emotional abuse – will go to trial. The disgraced producer directed “Alone” but didn’t work on “Brrr.” Without an official track listing or album credits, it is unclear how producer Lukasz Gottwald was involved in creating the record.
Petras previously defended her decision to work with him, saying: painting: “Luke’s the only guy people like to pick him to be like, ‘Obviously he should write all this girl’s music because she can’t be as talented and that’s a big name.'” “But I’m here because I write, and I do shit.”