Rising artist, Madisyn has released “Bitch Boy,” the first single from her upcoming debut album, which is set to release later this year. The electric track showcases a gritty, raw side of Madisyn than audiences have yet to see, demonstrating her skill as an artist and creative. The honest and powerful track highlights the complex emotions that often come with going through a bad relationship. It is accompanied by a new music video, which finds Madisyn oozing confidence. Watch it now below.
“’Bitchboy’ specifically draws inspiration from a past relationship where I constantly faced undermining tactics. This guy would manipulate me, making me feel guilty for things I hadn’t even done,” shares Madisyn. “During a trip to London with my parents, I happened to meet up with two brothers whom I had initially met through Nickelodeon when I was 12. There was no romantic history between us whatsoever. However, throughout the trip, my boyfriend relentlessly accused me of cheating with these brothers. The truth was far from it! Despite assuring my boyfriend that there was nothing to worry about, he continued to call and text incessantly, casting a shadow over our time in London. Looking back, I now realize that such behavior stems from deep-seated insecurities. Ultimately, he was the one acting out. This song is my way of reclaiming my power and expressing my gratitude for being able to connect with others who may have experienced similar situations. I’m thrilled to finally share it with the world!”
Accompanying the single is an invigorating music video that highlights the many emotions experienced during a breakup. Madisyn shows all the different sides of herself in the video, offering something everyone can relate to. The video, which was developed from Madisyn’s creative vision, was directed by Nayip Ramos and features an appearance by Madisyn’s longtime friend Isaak Presley.
Born in North Carolina, Madisyn Shipman moved to New York City to pursue her love of acting at the age of seven. She immediately booked a role in the Broadway show “Enron,” which she followed up with projects like “The Daily Show” and “Saturday Night Live.” Soon after, Madisyn booked her breakout role on Nickelodeon’s “The Game Shakers” and moved to Los Angeles. After three years on the series starring as the spunky Kenzie Bell, as well as countless other credits (“The Peanuts Movie,” “Red Ruby,” etc.), Madisyn has decided to revisit her other passion: music. Madisyn is currently in the studio working on her debut album.