“Simply be blissful for individuals or ignore it…no have to be destructive.”
Addison Rae is taking the music world by storm after dropping her debut single “Obsessed” final week.
The observe created quiet the frenzy on-line after its shock launch on Friday, and the music video has already racked up a powerful 8 million views on YouTube.
Nevertheless, not everybody was “obsessed” with the TikTok star’s transition from influencer to musician.
After receiving backlash on social media, Addison took to Twitter to deal with the haters and wrote: “For those who hate obsessed… stream it once more and let me know what you hate about it.”
“Queen ily,” Dixie D’Amelio rapidly replied to indicate her buddy help.
Addison later tweeted, “I am obsessive about obsessed,” to which Dixie responded, “Me too.”
D’Amelio has some expertise on this realm as she was one of many first TikTok stars to crossover into making music, along with her hit tune “Be Completely happy” and collaborations with Wiz Khalifa and Liam Payne.
“Simply be blissful for individuals or ignore it…no have to be destructive,” Dixie concluded.
Addison’s boyfriend, Bryce Corridor, additionally took to TikTok to offer the tune a shoutout.
Corridor shared a snippet of him lip-syncing the upbeat pop tune with the caption: “Y’all hatin nevertheless it’s a bop.”
Moreover, the tune was applauded by a number of A-list celebrities and influencers like Khloe Kardashian, Halsey, Amelie Zilber, James Charles, and Rosalia who took to Addison’s IG feedback to indicate love.
Even with the combined critiques from followers on-line, the tune has already been streamed on Spotify greater than 1 million occasions, and it has been utilized in over 40,000 TikToks.
In the end, it is clear Addison has star energy, and he or she’s right here to remain.