Twitter rips TikToker Addison Rae’s hot new new music

Addison Rae is transitioning from TikTok star to musician — but not all fans are “Obsessed.”

Rae, 20, surprised fans on Friday by dropping her debut one, “Obsessed,” a self-adore pop anthem that isn’t precisely receiving tons of really like.

“I’m so psychological right now,” she gushed to her 36.7 million followers on Instagram. “This song makes me really feel so lots of matters!!! I enjoy new music. that is all.” 

Rae stated she has been operating on songs for the previous calendar year, and has concerned herself in each move of the approach, from songwriting to recording. 

“From the starting, I needed to make certain that I was writing my possess tunes,” she explained to Vogue in a recent job interview. “I don’t forget jotting down lyrics when I was minimal and striving to determine out how to make them a song, [now] I’m studying each detail and from incredible songwriters.”

Along with the new single, Rae released an accompanying songs online video that shows off her sultry TikTok dance moves with lyrics that encourage self confidence: “I’m obsessed with me as a great deal as you / Stated you’d die for me I’d die for me as well/ And if I shed you, I’d however have me, I cannot lose,” she sings in the chorus.  

Addison Rae, 20.
Addison Rae, 20.
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“Obsessed” draws from Rae’s ordeals as the next-most adopted star on TikTok and mastering to “accept” herself provided all the public notice.

“One could choose it as being vainly obsessed with oneself, but which is not what I’m striving to talk,” she told Vogue. “It’s more I can like myself as much as you like me, and that is significant.”

But the Twitter masses seem to have blended inner thoughts about the new bop.

“ADDISON RAE RANDOMLY JUST DROPPING A Song PLS ….. NO Far more TIKTOKERS Hoping TO Begin A SINGING Vocation,” one tweet read, alluding to fellow TikTok star Dixie D’Amelio’s new collab with Liam Payne.

Sad to say for the haters, this is not the very last time Rae will soak up the limelight. The $5 million-web-really worth star is established to seem in “He’s All That,” the remake of the 1999 teen comedy, “She’s All That.” The movie will reimagine the plot from a teenage girl’s point of view, with Rae having on a purpose impressed by Freddie Prinze Jr.’s character, Zack Siler, from the initial.

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