The Scandipop acts have once again proved why they are at the forefront of the music industry. With a plethora of new releases that hit the airwaves on the first new music Friday of 2024, it’s noticeable that the Scandi and Nordic regions are continuing to raise the bar. Amongst the new releases is “Bad Blood,” the latest single by Denmark’s very own Theresa Rex. Her captivating voice and mesmerizing lyrics make this track a must-listen. After collaborating with leading electronic artists, such as Danish MORTEN, German Wankelmut, and Dutch star DJ, AFROJACK, it’s amazing to see Theresa shining on her own. (Her previous collaboration with Jonas Blue on the producer’s 2019 banger “What I Like About You,” was a massive hit).
Get ready to experience the brilliant teamwork that went into creating Rex’s latest solo release “Bad Blood“. Collaborating with Danish producer Lasse Baunkilde, who previously worked with renowned artists like Astrid S and Christopher, and artist and songwriter Daniel Schulz, known for penning the single “Envy Me” by Samira. They helped Theresa deliver an impressive pop banger. Witnessing the magic that happens when talented artists come together is truly captivating, and the result of their joint effort is a testament to their incredible abilities.
This time it’s Theresa Rex who is out with her own infectious solo pop track. “Bad Blood” is a song written about close friendships and betrayal. She wrote the song because…
“Friend break-ups are just one of the things that hurt the most.”
Theresa is a remarkable artist who knows how to create music that moves people. Her uplifting style is just what we need to power through life’s challenges and find our inner strength. Whether we’re dancing away our worries or pumping our fists in defiance, Theresa’s music empowers us to overcome any obstacle. It’s reassuring to know that when the music industry slowed down, Theresa was there for us with “Bad Blood,” delivering the first dance moment of 2024 and lifting our spirits in the process. With her talent and passion, Theresa is sure to continue inspiring us for years to come.