Multi-hyphenate superstar, Idina Menzel, released her highly anticipated second single “Dramatic” from her upcoming album Drama Queen. “Dramatic” conveys a message to those who may fail to understand Idina’s larger-than-life personality, demonstrating that all the drama that comes along with her also comes with an even larger abundance of passion. 

“Dramatic” delves deeper into the core theme and title of Drama Queen and encourages listeners to lead a passionate, fiery, and emotional life, as being a “drama queen” should be seen as a positive trait. 

Stream / Share / Download “Dramatic” HERECo-producers, Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters) and Jim Elliot, are highly praised by Idina for helping her define the album as a whole with this song. 

‘Dramatic’ is one of my favorite songs off the album that I wrote with Jake Shears from Scissor Sisters and Jim Elliot. The song is about embracing all the different sides of who we are.”

A hot-pink 140 gram vinyl LP autographed by Idina is available for pre-order exclusively through Idina’s D2C store HERE.
Fans will be able to purchase a sky-blue vinyl 140 gram LP available exclusively at Barnes & Noble.

Pre-Order / Pre-Save / Pre-Add Drama Queen HERE

Fused with Menzel’s dynamic vocals, the video for “Move” features appearances from social media stars Julian Cookies and Jan Sport with dance sequences choreographed by Richard “Richy” Jackson. Shot in New York City, shimmering disco balls and shiny dance floors encapsulate the iconic style and energy of the disco genre.

Idina Menzel is a Tony-Award winning, powerhouse multi-hyphenate: a singer, an actress in film and TV, a songwriter, a Broadway star, and a philanthropist. She rose to fame for her role as Maureen in the popular Broadway musical Rent, and her career took off when she won a Tony Award for her role as Elphaba, the Wicked Witch of the West, in the smash musical Wicked. Her voice can be heard as Elsa in Disney’s Oscar® winning Frozen, the second highest grossing animated film of all time, with more than $1.2 billion in worldwide box office revenue. The film’s song “Let It Go”, voiced by Menzel, became an instant international phenomenon, winning the Oscar® for Best Original Song – where Menzel performed it at the ceremony – and the Grammy® Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media. The track reached #5 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Menzel the first artist with both a Billboard Top 10 hit and a Tony Award for acting.

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