Bella Thorne has officially released the song of the summer! The 16-year-old actress/singer debuted her new single, ‘Call it Whatever,’ on May 13 and the track is definitely one catchy dance number.
Bella Thorne has brought her A game for her new single — just in time for summer. “Call It Whatever,” which Bella dropped on May 13, is cute, girly and makes you feel like you’re back in high school daydreaming of your crush. Stop wasting time and take a listen!
Is Bella Thorne’s Track Just for the Teeny Boppers?
This bubblegum popping tune may be too Disney for some, but you have to realize that this talented girl is only 16 and it is very appropriate compared to other artists her age. “Call It Whatever” is relentlessly upbeat and has a hook that doesn’t quit — we know we’ll be singing it for months to come.
This is Bella’s first single off her upcoming album, also called Call It Whatever, which will drop on June 24. Up until now Bella has gained more attention for her acting career, but we’re hoping this song and the album that follows gets people to see how multi-talented she is.
We want to know though — is this song about her current boyfriend Tristan Klier? Bella recently gushed to Seventeen Magazine about Tristan stating, ‘Tristan was not a relationship guy before me. On our first date, he thought I was going to be just like the other girls he had met who would always give it up and kiss him right away…I waited six weeks – I had to make sure he was in it to win it.” If you ask us, Bella definitely has a relationship worth singing about.
Bella’s Quite The Little Busy Bee
It’s been quite the busy year for the Disney singer. Bella will be hitting big screen in the upcoming Adam Sandler comedy, Blended, and she is writing her first novel, Autumn Falls.
But aside from her stunning, growing resume, Bella has a good head on her shoulders. The young celebrity is trying to set a good example for young girls by having a positive body image and focusing on good self-esteem. “Girls are shamed for their bodies and made to believe that they’re not supposed to show them or love them,” Bella also told Seventeen. “They’re made to believe that they aren’t perfect, that they need to ‘work on it,’ that they need to see themselves differently—and I think it’s freaking ridiculous. It gets on my nerves because boys can do whatever; it’s like we’re living in the 1800s again. It drives me crazy.'”
Keep up the positive role Bella, and keep dropping the amazing music. You have our support!
What do you think HollywoodLifers, are you blasting “Call It Whatever” out of your speakers? Let us know!
— Brittany King