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Bella Poarch - Dolls EP 12"

Bella Poarch - Dolls EP 12"

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Release Date - 24/03/23

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As a lifelong musician, Bella worked on her EP for over a year alongside frequent collaborator, producer, and fellow Warner Records artist Sub Urban. The EP includes previously released tracks, “Build A Bitch,” “Inferno,” and most recently, “Dolls.” The EP also features her new single “Living Hell,” plus “Villain,” and “No Man’s Land (feat. Grimes).” “No Man’s Land” reunites Bella with Grimes, who had previously appeared in Bella’s epic music video for “Dolls.”

Of her debut EP, Bella shared, “I’m really excited to release my first EP after starting this journey during lockdown. Dolls is my personal story of challenges and growth over time that I hope my fans can relate to.”

In tandem with the EP release, Bella also shared the official video for her new, deeply emotional and personal single, “Living Hell” from the EP. Throughout the song, Bella takes back control of her narrative to let go of the pain that has been holding her prisoner and to develop the courage to reclaim her power. Conceptualized by Bella herself, she reteamed with director Andrew Donoho (“Build a Bitch” and “Dolls”) to create a visual to match the track. In the powerful video, Bella is trapped in a room much like she was during her childhood. Throughout, Bella sees her younger self and comes to the realization that the pain inflicted on her as a child no longer defines her life. 

Dolls serves as Bella’s first full body of work, following a handful of wildly acclaimed singles. Bella first broke onto the music scene in early 2021 when she released her debut single “Build a Bitch.” Upon its release, the music video for the song hit #1 on the Global and U.S. YouTube video charts, marking the biggest debut ever for a new artist with over 410 million views to date.

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