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Earlier than dropping her 2020 debut album Heaven & Hell, Ava Max had been exhausting at work on her music profession. Already boasting over a billion streams on Spotify, her singles “Candy However Psycho” and “Salt” went No. 1 in a number of international locations upon their launch. However her music’s success didn’t occur over night time. Talking with Uproxx for the How I Blew Up collection, Max describes being fired from just a few jobs earlier than her music profession took off.
Within the How I Blew Up episode, Max stated she knew she had at all times needed to be a singer. However she was briefly swayed by exterior voices, who satisfied her that changing into a pop star was a “one-in-a-billion” likelihood. “So I began getting a bunch of 9-5 jobs. I began getting fired — I wasn’t superb at any of them,” Max says.
The singer tried a short stint as a nail salon receptionist, however she was let go after combating the mathematics facet of the job. “It was not my cup of tea,” she notes. Finally, Max started promoting hair straighteners at a mall kiosk. The singer describes the gig as “enjoyable,” however stated she stop after being reprimanded for exhibiting up late with a cappuccino in hand each morning.
Finally, Max’s tune “Anybody However You” blew up on SoundCloud and led to a file cope with Atlantic. Because of the success of Heaven & Hell, it’s unlikely that Max must return to a 9-5 job any time quickly.
Watch the most recent episode of How I Blew Up with Ava Max above.
Ava Max is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an impartial subsidiary of Warner Music Group.