After months of massive club culture traction, Ava Max and her debut solo single “Sweet but Psycho” secure the #1* position on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart.
Since its release, the alluring track has garnered Herculean attention from mainstream audiences, including Max’s previous headlining spot and cover feature of Spotify’s “Today’s Top Hits” playlist. And now the American artist’s first solo single since “Make Up” with DJ Vice has made a significant impression on the North American dance floors through expert remixes by British producer/DJ Paul Morell, Grammy-nominated Morgan Page, Kat Krazy, and Italian-bred Roberto Ferrari, each of whom put their personal spins on the original Atlantic Records-released song.
To add to her victory lap, the 24-year-old Jason Derulo collaborator took the stage at The Late Late Show to perform her #1* charting song; an exhibition which featured minimal production to spotlight Ava’s choreography, and her powerful vocal skillz. Watch Ava Max’s “Sweet but Psycho” performed live below.
To see the official Shomi Patwary-directed video that illustrates the artist’s enticing qualities and darker side of the song’s protagonist, look no further than here.