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Kim Petras Aims To “Feed The Beast” On Debut Album

Photo By: Jamie McCarthy

Last night Kim Petras finally shared the album art and track listing for her upcoming debut album Feed The Beast. The new record is due out June 23rd and features many hard-hitting artists like her collaboration with Sam Smith on the popular track “Unholy“. The record also features Nicki Minaj on the most recent single, “Alone“, and will have Banks on the currently unreleased album track, “Bait”. Kim Petras appears like a Game Of Thrones character on the album cover. She boasts long, sharp nails, wet hair and is wrapped in a chain link. The juxtaposition between the dark blue tones in the background and the bright, flashy Petras in the foreground makes for a beautiful cover.

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The Grammy Award winning artist shared on the album: “It’s been a transition from being an independent artist to being at a major label now,” she said. “And obviously, life has changed quite a bit since then. I have a wonderful team that really wants me to make my best work. So I’m just excited about people hearing this music – I listen to my own music all the time, it’s so lame, but it’s gonna be really really fun.”

Kim Petras is releasing the album during pride month, which feels absolutely perfect. The German singer is a trans women and has been blazing a trail in the music industry for other trans artists all over the world. She is unapologetically fearless, provocative and stunning. Check out the album art and tracklist below. You can pre-order the album here!

Feed the Beast tracklist:

1. Feed the Beast
2. Alone (Ft. Nicki Minaj)
3. King Of Hearts 
4. Thousand Pieces 
5. Uh Oh 
6. Revelations 
7. Bait (Ft. Banks)
8. Sex Talk 
9. Hit It From the Back
10. Claws
11. Minute 
12. Coconuts 
13. Castle in the Sky 
14. Brrr
15. Unholy (w/ Sam Smith) 

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