The “Sweet But Psycho” singer created “strong pop anthems,” but you’ll have to wait until the new decade to hear em.

Ava Max made waves with “Sweet But Psycho,” “So Am I” and “Torn.” In today’s fast-paced streaming culture where artists are releasing new songs every other week just to keep afloat, Ava Max’s label, Atlantic, is keeping her on ice until the new year. That could spell disaster for a new artist like Ava, but also great pop songs can stand the test of time.

During Ava’s acceptance speech for best Breakthrough Artist at the Attitude Awards, Max confirmed her debut album will drop in 2020.

Max told Attitude she is releasing a “glorious, glittery gay anthem”: “It’s going to be the biggest anthem of the year, I’m calling it. It’s basically saying, what if gays and girls ruled the world.”

What can fans expect to hear when the new tunes finally drop?

“It will be a ton of strong, pop anthems,” Max tells Pop Crave.

“I don’t want to reveal too much but will continue to say that it’s all going to be focused around empowering pop that makes you want to go after your dreams and of course hit the dance floor.”

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