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Kim Petras Drops Long-Awaited Debut Album Feed The Beast

Kim Petras Drops Long-Awaited Debut Album 'Feed The Beast'

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Feed the Beast is already an instant queer classic for pop music.

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Kim Petras’ debut album is finally here!

Following the massive success of “Unholy” (with Sam Smith) and “Alone” (with Nicki Minaj), Petras has finally released her debut studio album, Feed the Beast. The LP includes a total of 15 songs, including past releases like “Coconuts” and “brrr.”

Along with the album, the Grammy Award-winning popstar also announced the Feed the Beast World Tour, which will kick off August 4, 2023 in Mountain View, California and run through March 5, 2024 in Milan, Italy.

You can listen to and watch the music video for “Alone,” the lead single off Feed the Beast, below.

It’s been a long journey for Petras to release her official debut album. In the past, projects like Problématique were announced and slated for a release, but the album never saw the light of day. Thankfully, Feed the Beast is here to feed our need for new Petras bops!

The album’s tracklist includes the eagerly awaited track “King of Hearts,” as well as a collaboration with BANKS titled “BAIT.” There’s also a title track, as well as songs named “Thousand Pieces,” “uhoh,” “Sex Talk,” and “Hit It From the Back,” to name a few.

Pre-sale tickets for Petras’ Feed the Beast World Tour begin on Monday, June 26. Given the incredibly successful last two years for the popstar, this will surely be a competitive tour for fans to secure tickets to.

We couldn’t be more excited for Kim Petras!

Kim Petras’ Feed the Beast is now available on all music streaming platforms.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim experiences and explains the queer pop culture multiverse. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.