Miss Madeline’s Latest Single Cements Her As NYC’s Underground It-Girl

NYC’s underground it-girl is making our “Bass Jump” with latest single.

Miss Madeline is New York City’s burgeoning pop princess, and with the release of her new single, she is speed-racing her way into stardom like never before. The single, titled “Bass Jump,” is arguably one of her best tracks yet. The repeat-worthy party song takes inspiration from the bubblegum pop sound of the early 2000s and combines it with the hyper pop edge of today’s musical provocateurs. Miss Madeline straddles both of these genres seamlessly, all while serving her unapologetic confidence and style through the visuals.

Now, when you realize that the pop starlet headed to the Rockaway race track, permit-free with bikes, props, and the risk of getting kicked out, to create this music video, her confidence is even more palpable.

The lyrics, the visuals, and Miss Madeline’s conviction combine to make a song about what the bass can make do to you, whether you are on the dancefloor or in the bedroom, and how it can make you fall in lust with the music.

Her confidence, attitude, and ability to fuse bubble gum with hyperpop is the reason why her fans, called ‘missfits,’ are saying she is the future of pop music.

All of this combined is the reason why she has been compared to other pop sensations like Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, and Charli XCX. People who, like her, straddle multiple genres and add a certain je-ne-sais-quoi to everything they do.

However, what sets her apart from the artists on that list is that she is paving her way through the industry without a label. Which is quite an accomplishment for someone who has played major shows in New York and Los Angeles and who was recently photographed with Madonna for the cover of PAPER Magazine.

Now, all we can do is wait to see if Miss Madeline can make the industry jump for her the same way this single made our bass jump.

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