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Rising Queen of Pop Kim Petras Drops New Soulful Bop “Broken”

Kim Petras -- "Broken"
Kim Petras — “Broken”
Here at TheaterByte we’ve been keeping a close eye on Kim Petras for several years as her career has been on the climb, from her days posting cover songs on YouTube from her bedroom to her early 2010’s music videos like “One Piece of Tape”. In 2017, Kim started kicking her career into overdrive with her debut single, “I Don’t Want it At All” and companion music video featuring none other than Paris Hilton followed by, a string of releases one better than the next putting her on a path to dominate the pop charts. Now comes the next era, with her single “Broken”. Check out the press release below for more details:
Kim Petras (credit: Thom Kerr)
Kim Petras (credit: Thom Kerr)

After teasing fans with a new era of music to come, Kim Petras has released her latest single “Broken” – a track that blends her trademark pop with modern hip-hop and nostalgic R&B, giving us the first taste of Kim’s next musical chapter. PRESS HERE to listen.

Continuing a trajectory that saw her recognized as one of music’s most promising new artists, Kim has accumulated over 125 million global streams, broke into Top 40 radio with her pop hit “Heart to Break,” and opened for Troye Sivan‘s nationwide tour. Next up, Kim will perform at the sold-out World Pride NYC this June 29 and at Manchester Pride, alongside Ariana Grande and Years & Years, this August.

In addition to recently releasing a trio of fan favorites – “Homework” feat. lil aaron, “If U Think About Me…,” and “1,2,3 dayz upfeat. SOPHIE – which closed out the series of pop singles in Kim’s vault, Kim headlined Sydney Mardi Gras and sold out her first headline shows in New York City, Los Angeles, Sydney, and Melbourne. While in Australia, she also made a pop-up appearance to perform alongside Rita Ora on her Phoenix World Tour.

She was also recently nominated for GLAAD’s Outstanding Music Artist award.
From her #1 Spotify Global Viral 50 bop “I Don’t Want It At All” to her Top 40 radio hitHeart to Break,” Kim‘s undeniable voice and string of irresistible singles have earned her recognition as one to watch by the likes of NY Times, Billboard, Paper, V Magazine, Noisey, Out, I-D, Refinery29, Popcrush and many more. Chosen as a Spotify RISE artist, Kim became one of New York Fashion Week’s most buzzed-about names, released her critically-acclaimed, Halloween-inspired mixtape TURN OFF THE LIGHT, VOL. 1 featuring Elvira, and joined Charli XCX on her Pop 2mixtape before collaborating with Cheat Codeson “Feeling of Falling.”

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