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Victoria Alex impresses again through her commanding voice in the song ‘I HATE YOUR FRIENDS’

The 19-year-old alternative pop-punk artist, Victoria Alex, is all set to conquer the stage with the compelling new release, ‘I HATE YOUR FRIENDS,’ now available worldwide. The song has created a buzz as soon as it is released, as her talent exhibition is vividly conspicuous in the song. The young artist has certainly redefined the genre with her own style, channeling her expansive music skillset. Featuring distinct and expressive vocals, ‘I HATE YOUR FRIENDS’ is about being yourself and not being afraid to say, ‘I hate your friends!

Victoria Alex is a creative out of Toronto, Canada, who is a former Mini Pop Kid. She was also a contestant on the first season of CTV’s The Launch, where Boy George mentored her. Victoria distinguishes her works with content matter reflective of topics concerning the youth in our society. She was first seen in 2021 with her hit debut ‘Screaming,’ which talks about being confused and dealing with the ups and downs of being young. And now, with the release of ‘I HATE YOUR FRIENDS,’ produced by Dutch Revz, she encourages everyone to support a loved one or a friend who feels stuck in a toxic environment. Her voice projects an extremely engaging authenticity and ropes the listener further. So far, her performances are impressive, and we can’t wait to see what she can bring to the table next.

To know more about Victoria Alex, visit her official website and Instagram page. And make sure to save ‘I HATE YOUR FRIENDS’ and hit play via your favorite streaming platform.

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