King Princess’ New Song Is a “Bottom Anthem”

And Troye Sivan's "Bloom" is shook!

King Princess stans, hold on tight to your wigs: The queer pop singer has confirmed that her latest single, “Hit the Back,” is a lesbian “bottom anthem” for the ages.

The 20-year-old rising star—who’s gearing up to release Cheap Queen, her first full-length studio album, later this month—dropped the new track this Thursday, October 3. It’s another upbeat, saucy addition to KP’s near-iconic roster (2018’s queer AF bop “Pussy Is God,” anyone?), but the true moment of note came when she announced it was an “anthem for bottoms everywhere.”

Naturally, her 127,000 followers had a field day with those tweets:

One cheeky fan pointed out that “Holy,” a single off her 2018 EP, Make My Bed, exuded some seriously strong BTE (Big Top Energy).

King Princess, vers queen, promptly responded that “it changes lmao.”

Oh, did we mention the “Hit the Back” dance routine? Because that’s a thing.

Troye Sivan’s “Bloom,” itself a “gay anthem for bottoms,” is shook! Is there anything this “Cheap Queen” can’t do?

Listen to “Hit the Back” below, and keep an eye out for Cheap Queen, which drops October 25.
 

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