Maxim Meyer-Horn

7 Jun

British Pop Singer Mabel Is Ready For The Summer with ‘Mad Love’

Mabel is one of the hottest pop stars in the British pop scene at the moment and is currently gaining worldwide fame thanks to her massive hit “Don’t Call Me Up”. After debuting in 2015, the singer scored her first smaller hits and released several EP’s that showed her versatility as an artist. Four years after her debut, it’s time for her big debut album. ‘High Expectations’ is coming out on the 2nd of August and is expected to put the artist even more on the map.

Mabel has music in her veins. Her mother is the legendary Swedish singer Neneh Cherry and her father is one of the biggest music producers in the world. No wonder that her passion for music resulted in a quickly evolving singing career, that is finally taking more shape thanks to her upcoming debut album.

Mad Love

“Mad Love” is a big contender to become the song of the summer and could be Mabel’s next mega hit. The R&B-infused pop song is her most catchy song yet and totally gets us in the right mood for a nice party. Her coolness and swag make the song even more adorable and will make you bop from the second you hear the song. The music video of “Mad Love” is furthermore another example that shows why pop fans call her the next big thing in pop after Dua Lipa. We’ll hear a lot more of Mabel, that’s for sure.

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