Kim Petras has released the music video for her debut single “I Don’t Want It At All” – CLICK HERE to watch. Directed by Charlotte Rutherford, the video, which premiered via Entertainment Weekly, depicts Kim’s teen girl fantasy complete with lavish shopping sprees, a “Princess and the Pea” style throne, a miniature Hamptons, and a special guest appearance by Paris Hilton. CLICK HERE to check out Just Jared’s chat with Paris and Kim and see some exclusive behind-the-scenes photos from the video shoot!
“I Don’t Want It At All” – Kim’s tongue-in-cheek take on the LA sugar daddy lifestyle – quickly amassed more than3 million Spotify streams in just weeks and went to #1 on the Global Spotify Viral Chart just four days after release. It’s a buoyant, fun track, which Kim teamed up with Aaron Joseph, Dr. Luke, Cirkut and Lil Aaron to create. Kim also recently released her two new singles “Hills” ft. Baby E“ and “Hillside Boys.” Both tracks were featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday upon release.
Additionally, Kim has been chosen as one of Spotify’s RISE artists. RISE is an exciting emerging artist program designed to identify and break the next wave of music superstars through Spotify’s unmatched cultural influence and 140+ million music fans. Check out www.spotify.com/RISE now and stay tuned for special Kim Petras/RISE content over the coming months.
Since her childhood in Cologne, Germany, Kim has been in love with pop music. It was a window into the bigger world outside of her little town. Kim notably began transitioning with female hormone therapy following her twelfth birthday before making worldwide headlines as the youngest person to receive gender reassignment surgery at the age of 16. Her experiences and bravery are subtly present in her music and her debut single perfectly showcases her imaginative artistry and unique brand of escapism. Kim is gearing up to release new music in the coming months – more details soon!
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