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Avril Lavigne - Hello Kitty

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The music video for "Hello Kitty" was filmed in Japan and is due for release on April 21, 2014 "Hello Kitty" is a song by Canadian-French singer Avril Lavigne, set to be released as the fourth single from her fifth studio album, Avril Lavigne (2013) at a currently unconfirmed date.[3] It was written by Lavigne, Chad Kroeger, David Hodges and Martin Johnson, while the song was produced by Kroeger, Hodges and additional production by Brandon Paddock and Kyle Moorman. Musically, "Hello Kitty" is a electro-pop song that is heavily influenced by hard rock and pop punk, while it features a dubstep-influenced drop. The song is noted as Lavigne's first electronic experimental track in her career to-date. The song is about an "aggressive" love with the fictional character, where it includes Lavigne commenting on slumber parties, having fun and eating. The song was influenced by her obsession with all things related to Hello Kitty. Upon its parent release with the album, "Hello Kitty" received polarizing reviews from contemporary music critics. Many found it interesting and likened the experimental production, while some dismissed this and criticized the lyrical content and felt it failed in making a positive impression. The song charted at 84 on the South Korean Gaon Chart.