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Avril Lavigne Releases New Single Dumb Blonde Featuring Nicki Minaj

Wednesday, 13 February 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Avril Lavigne has released a new track, Dumb Blonde, featuring Nicki Minaj.

The anthemic track serves as the third single from Lavigne's upcoming sixth album, 'Head Above Water', which is out on February 15 via BMG. The release comes after the Canadian singer teased the song on social media last week, tweeting, "never let anyone put you down for being who you are. Stand up. Fight. Be you."

It follows the previously shared cuts from the album, the title track, which the Canadian singer wrote about beating her Lyme Disease, and Tell Me It's Over. Head below to stream the sassy Dumb Blonde, which owes a lot to the similar percussion-driven sound behind Gwen Stefani's Hollaback Girl.

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