Fans of Bella Poarch have been given her insanely catchy pop music on a steady drip up until this point. As the long-awaited debut effort by the artist, Dolls, is finally being made available to stream via all DSPs today, they will be showered with a deluge of new songs.
Poarch’s EP, which has been in the works for more than a year, is entirely produced by frequent collaborator Sub Urban. The project is comprised of six songs and features a single appearance by Grimes. Meanwhile, songwriters and producers that contributed to the major release include Salem Ilese, Benny Blanco, Cashmere Cat, Justin Gammella, and Miranda Glory among others.
In order to tide everyone over in the weeks leading up to the entire project’s release, Poarch graced fans with the title track. She just came out with “Dolls,” a song that is a worthy successor to her famous song “Build A B*tch.” The record serves as a dark, seductive, and violent pop tune. Prior to that, she also collaborated with Sub Urban on “Inferno.” The several releases were career-making hits, accumulating unfathomable numbers of streams and turning Poarch into a superstar before she had even released today’s EP.
“Dolls” continues on from where “Build A B*tch” left off in many respects. Poarch ridicules the notion that one can create the ideal woman in the second music video, which takes place in a factory; in the first music video, she rescues dolls from the same factory where the second music video takes place. It is unclear how much farther she will pursue this topic, but it is likely not the last time we will see the “Match Made in Heaven” factory, which serves as the location for both films.
Listen to Bella Poarch’s new project below.