Avril Lavigne

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The Golden Age Of Pop: Avril Lavigne Kicks Off The Greatest Era Of Pop Music With The Fun, Defiant & Rule-Breaking “The Best Damn Thing”

To this day, I’m still one of the biggest fans of Avril Lavigne. Sure, there was a clear shift in her persona and music at a certain time, but I never was one to buy into conspiracy theories. There is no Melissa! Avril Lavigne has always been Avril Lavigne, and she still makes great music, it’s just not what everybody wants. She started off hating the world at a very young age, giving us the sad girl jams of the early 2000’s with her iconic debut Let Go featuring hits like “Complicated” and “I’m With You.” She followed that up with my personal favorite Under My Skin, which was even darker and sadder with songs like “Nobody’s Home” and “My Happy Ending.” But then it seemed like the sad girl wasn’t as sad anymore — which shouldn’t be an issue. If someone is feeling much better about themselves and the world around them, it would make sense to support them. Everybody wanted their sad jams, though. I guess I could see where they are coming from. If Christina Perri or Lana Del Rey made an album of just bright, shining, happy music then I would be very much concerned. But I still don’t think it’s fair to criticize this record. Avril Lavigne’s The Best Damn Thing properly kicked off the greatest era of pop music which I call “The Golden Age Of Pop.” Following this huge release, we received some of the best songs and albums from the biggest pop artists of today like Rihanna and P!nk and we were soon introduced to the true saviors of pop music, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry. Releasing this album was necessary — not only for Avril — but for women in pop music to officially throw away all of the rules and become the frontrunners. Allow me to dive in a little deeper to The Best Damn Thing.

Jul 04, 2019

Emotional Comeback Of A Pop Rock Star

I honestly cannot believe Avril Lavigne is 33 years old now! She will always be one of the musicians I remember by their young ages, their style, hair colours and music that was known worldwide. Avril Lavigne became famous being a teenager and she had that long blonde hair with crazy coloured hair strands. Her music has always been catchy and fun. Unfortunately, in 2014 she began showing symptoms of Lyme disease while she was on tour. She took an unofficial break or hiatus from music because of her recovery process. While talking about the period of life when she was sick, she described it as the worst period of her life and told that her fans' support letters and videos helped her emotionally to get through it. While she was still recovering, she published the song "Fly" for the special Olympics, in 2015. Three years after, she posted a letter for her fans on her website where she announced her music comeback. Wanting to raise awareness of the disease, she mentioned in the letter: “I have decided to be truthful about my struggle, open and more vulnerable than ever before. And to be honest, part of me doesn’t want to talk about being sick because I want it to all be behind me, but I know I have to. Because not only is it a part of my life, I need to bring awareness to the severity of Lyme Disease.” The letter ended with positive thoughts which her fans loved: "I now have a very strong, triumphant, powerful and true record to me and my experiences over the last few years.. I’m so excited to be returning with new music and to have you on this journey with me. Let’s do this! New era!”She released her new studio album, the sixth studio album named "Head Above Water" on February 15, 2019, through BMG Rights Management.

Written by @vildanasuta from Living Like V
Jun 28, 2019

A Magnificent Singer Of The Late 90s Who Is Still Rocking

Starting to sing from 15 years of age on the stage for the first time, Avril Ramona Lavigne is one of the most loved Canadian pop singers and songwriters that has given some all-time favorite songs to the music industry and made herself to one of the most listened to artists of the 20th century. After her last release of a studio album in the year 2013, she made a come fiery comeback from her recent al bum released in the year 2019. The album titled HEAD ABOVE WATER is her sixth studio album and released after a long gap of about five years but the love and support that she got was still the same. The album was said to have got inspiration from her suffering of the Lyme disease which has made the album more of an emotional journey for her and everyone. One of the first and finest solo singles of this album is the song “Head Above Water” released in the year 2018. The song being a piece of art from the pop rock and Christian rock genre, it was written basically putting into focus the struggle and the battle that the artist had to fight during her illness. The lyrics say a lot about her actual suffering as she talked about feeling somewhat drowning in the pain that she had gone through. Her pain was beautifully put into words and tunes which brought immense love to the artist from the listeners. Other songs like “Tell me its over”, “Dumb blonde” etc. also drag the attention of the fans towards the album. Her collaboration with the famous rapper Nicki Minaj in the song “Dumb blonde” has set some examples as this has made her album even more popular. Her album became one of the top five albums in the music chart of her country Canada.

Written by @Soulbyweekly from SoulByweekly
Jun 28, 2019

Avril Lavigne Matures Nicely in Goodbye Lullaby

I listened to Avril Lavigne’s Goodbye Lullaby again this week, and although it’s not the first go-to Avril Lavigne album I’d choose, I realized, as I was listening to it, that it was the most even album she had ever made (this was her fourth studio album). With even, I mean, even though the songs in it did not become big #1 songs, they were pretty likeable, and these are songs I can sing along to when I’m driving or just joyriding. No wonder, I have great memories of her Black Star Tour show here in Manila, because most of the songs she sang there, came from this album! When I was listening to this album, I had faint recollections of singing along with them – and since the song “Black Star” was here – I realized that this was the album that had those songs! Chart-wise, this album only had one US top 20 hit for Avril, in “What The Hell”, which peaked at #11 – a far cry from her other albums which produced either a #1 song, or multiple top 10 songs. Nevertheless, personally, I love this album more than her other releases because I think at this stage in her career, Avril was able to get it together – to put all her best ideas from her past albums and re-apply it here with more confidence and maturity. The first five songs are great, beginning with “Black Star” through “What The Hell” and “Smile”. But the fun doesn’t end there, as Avril continues to make good music from the sixth song to the last song in the album – the song she gave to the Alice in Wonderland movie soundtrack (aptly entitled “Alice”).

Written by @tonyfabelous from Fabelousity
Jun 21, 2019

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Born

    1984-09-27

Active

    1999–present

Label

  • Arista
  • RCA
  • Epic
  • BMG
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Avril Ramona Lavigne (/ˈævrɪl ləˈviːn/; French: [avʁil laviɲ]; born September 27, 1984) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actress. By the age of 15, she had appeared on stage with Shania Twain and by 16, she had signed a two-album recording contract with Arista Records worth more than $2 million.
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