Ava Max is gearing up for the release of her highly anticipated sophomore album, Diamonds And Dancefloors, which is set to arrive in January. Ahead of the album’s release, the “Million Dollar Baby” hitmaker sat down to detail the creative process behind the upcoming project.
“I had a lot of ideas of what I wanted the first album, Heaven And Hell, to be about because it was everything I was going through trying to make it as a woman in the industry, and just how hard it was,” Max says. “Now, the second album, Diamonds And Dancefloors, is all about my personal relationships, and it’s a lot more vulnerable because it’s a side no one sees of me.”
Max is a fan of all genres of music, however, she admits she gravitates more toward pop music. As an artist, Max and her team put a lot of effort into her craft. As she and many of her fans often stream music from their phones through their earbuds, Max wants listeners to get the full experience of her music.
“A lot of headphones compress audio quality all the way from 24bit to 16bit,” Max says. “That is a lot to lose. The Samsung Galaxy Buds2 Pro don’t. They maintain the 24bit quality and play the music exactly how it’s meant to be heard. High fidelity.”
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Ava Max is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.