Avril Lavigne is a Canadian pop, rock and punk star who started her career as a singer and idol at the age of sixteen, when she began to top the charts. Her first album “Let Go” brought her to the top with perhaps her best-known hits such as “Sk8er Boi” and “Complicated”, and Avril showed that she has no plans to go down for a long time. In that time, she’s racked up countless awards and music award nominations, including eight Grammy nominations.
The singer has recorded a total of seven studio albums, and her early career, style and image have influenced hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Avril Lavigne’s contribution to the pop-punk genre is undeniably significant, as she paved the way for female-driven punk pop music in the early 2000s. Triumphant albums such as “Under My Skin” (2004) and “The Best Damn Thing” (2007) followed, firmly establishing the singer as a global sensation. Her legacy endures with hits like the single “Girlfriend,” which topped the Billboard Hot 100, and a discography that is marked by both evolution and a deep connection with her audience.
Avril Lavigne continues to redefine her sound, including a punk-inspired return with 2022’s “Love Sux,” and her presence in the music sphere remains immeasurable. On her latest record, she collaborated with various artists including Machine Gun Kelly, Blackbear and Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus. The album features 12 songs including the most well-known “Bite Me”, “Love It When You Hate Me”, “Love Sux” and “Bois Lie”.