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As part of the GRAMMY Museum’s Programs at Home series, Ava Max talks about her latest single, "Who's Laughing Now," and debut album, Heaven & Hell, out September 18, 2020. A truly international artist, Ava sealed her pop superstar status with the blockbuster success of the RIAA 3x-platinum certified hit, “Sweet but Psycho." The song was named among the New York Times’ “54 Best Songs of 2019,” spent three weeks in the top 10 of Billboard’s “Hot 100,” peaked at #3 at US Pop Radio and earned Ava her first-ever Teen Choice Awards nomination for “Choice Pop Song.” “Who’s Laughing Now” follows the release of Ava’s powerful anthem “Kings & Queens,” which became #1 on European airplay and hit Top 40 radio.
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