14 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Just in time for Halloween, the ASMR android comes to life.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Just in time for Halloween, the ASMR android comes to life.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
70 Ratings
70 Ratings
JEFFARIEL12

Outdid herself yet AGAIN!

“Am I A Girl?” shows the more intimate side of Poppy’s fun but creepy character. With collaborations with people like Grimes, she begins to play around with computer sounds that fit her robotic character. On top of the good quality music and beats, Poppy releases her most lyrical album to date that shows what pop really needed today: a purpose.

kitooo

Excellent Album, new sounds!!

Poppy really hit it out of the park with this album. It sounds next level and has so many influences from all different aspects of music genres. My favorites are Hard Feelings and the title track Am I a Girl? Grimes also makes a guest appearance on the album and their song together works perfectly well with their both unique sounds.

Cutiestarliv

omg MY WIG FLEW.

she snapped so hard that my wig flew to space, but it’s a really good album & if you haven’t bought / streamed it, please do so. It’s amazing & the queen S N A P P E D. ~ livy 💜

About Poppy

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and performance artist Poppy -- born Moriah Rose Pereira and formerly known as That Poppy -- emerged on YouTube in 2014 with a video of her eating cotton candy in silence. Viewers were baffled, yet it was just the start of Poppy's brand of smart millennial theater. Wide-eyed, platinum blonde, and decked out in precious throwback outfits, Poppy gained a substantial following on social media, with fans awaiting each new video, the subjects of which grew ever more absurd and bizarre. Like surreal modern pop art, Poppy's calculated wholesome persona, budding style icon status, and tongue-in-cheek clips -- wherein she filmed herself reading the Bible for nearly an hour, repeating her name for ten minutes, or inflating a plastic rabbit -- combined the satirical, the subversive, and the just plain weird. In early 2015, she began releasing music, starting with a Lana Del Rey-ified version of Mac DeMarco's "My Kind of Woman." Her first official single, "Everybody Wants to Be Poppy," arrived months later. Signing with Island Records, she released the follow-up single "Lowlife" (and a remix featuring Travis Mills), a reggae-tinged jam that would serve as the first track from her debut EP, Bubblebath. Released in February 2016, the four-song set of catchy dance-pop showcased her musical range and sensibility, attracting comparisons to Grimes, Icona Pop, Melanie Martinez, and Charli XCX. That October, she issued the experimental ambient album 3:36 (Music to Sleep To), a collaboration with her longtime director Titanic Sinclair and polysomnographists from the Washington University School of Medicine that was designed to promote healthy sleep and dreaming. A year later, Poppy's official debut album, Poppy.Computer (Mad Decent), arrived and peaked within the Top 40 of both the Heatseekers and Independent Albums charts. ~ Neil Z. Yeung

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