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Bella Poarch releases new track ‘Dolls’

Bella Poarch has been working on her EP for over a year

The breakout global superstar Bella Poarch will release her highly anticipated debut EP ‘Dolls’ on August 12th via Warner Records. Today, Bella unveils the title track alongside an epic video reminiscent of a big budget summer blockbuster. Conceptualized by Bella and directed by Andrew Donoho, ‘Dolls’ serves as a sequel to Bella’s record-breaking Platinumdebut ‘Build a Bitch’ and features cameos from many of her friends and collaborators including Grimes, Bretman Rock, Dream, Valkyrae, Chloe Cherry, Ludwig, Madison Beer and more.

Bella says, “‘Dolls’ is all about self-empowerment and confidence. It’s a follow up to my song ‘Build A Bitch’ but it stands out on its own as well by being gentle but fierce, beautiful but deadly. The importance of helping one another while also not letting anyone make you feel weak or worthless.”

As a lifelong musician, Bella Poarch has been working on her EP for over a year alongside frequent collaborator, producer and fellow Warner Records artist Sub Urban. The ground-breaking project sets the stage for Bella to showcase her lofty range as an artist and creator while growing her already fiercely passionate fanbase.

The EP’s title track ‘Dolls’ made its broadcast premiere on MTV Live, MTVU, MTV Biggest Pop and on the ParamountTimes Square billboards, along with a YouTube livestream in partnership with Cash App where Bella gave away $100,000.

The ‘Dolls’ EP serves as Bella’s first full body of work, following a handful of wildly acclaimed singles. In early 2021, she released her debut track ‘Build a Bitch’, and its music video hit #1 on the Global and U.S. YouTube video charts, marking the biggest debut ever for a new artist with over 400 million views to date. The video hit 50 million likes on TikTok, becoming the first in history to do so, and has been streamed more than 885 million times. Its follow up, ‘Inferno’ with Sub Urban, was met with similar praise and peaked in the Top 5 on YouTube’s video charts.