Madison Beer 2022

Published: August 26, 2022

Madison Beer Unveils Her New Single and Music Video “Dangerous”

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Madison Beer 2022

Madison Beer is releasing her new single and its accompanying music video for “Dangerous” today. Announced earlier this week alongside the official cover art, the singer’s latest offering ushers a new era whilst serving as her first standalone record of 2022.

“Right when I think I hate you, something pulls me under like the tide. Even picked a house and chose our kids’ names, you’d always be mine,” Madison sings in the latter portion of the record. Elsewhere in the chorus, she croons, “Tell me the truth, what did I do? Look at me. Why can’t I see? No it can’t be this easy to let me go. But if you say so, guess I make love too dangerous.”

Back in July, Madison Beer released her single “I Have Never Felt More Alive” for the movie Fall, which came out in theaters earlier this month. In the film, two female protagonists climb a very tall broadcast tower, but their ladder breaks at the very top, leaving them 2,000 feet in the air and desperately searching for a way down. Its themes of liberation and coming into one’s own strength are reflected in “I Have Never Felt More Alive.” In keeping with the film’s high stakes and survivalist tone, the song opens with a somber piano melody on a minor note, evoking images of a siren.

Prior to that, Madison starred in Bella Poarch‘s “Dolls” music video, the musician’s second non-collaborative single and third single overall. The accompanying music video expands on the success of her debut single, depicting the 25-year-old singer in a post-apocalyptic world with stunning appearances from other content creators including Valkyrae, Bretman Rock, Dream, Grimes, and Sykkuno among others. Beer appeared in the intro of the visual effort, which has now amassed 13 million YouTube views.