Amanda Ava Koci professionally known as Ava Max is an American singer and songwriter. She was born on the 16th of February, 1994.
She is well known for her hit single "Sweet But Psycho". The music which topped the chart in 26 countries including Sweden, United kingdom and Switzerland. It also reached the number 10 on the Us Bilboard Hot 100.
Apart from her music career, she is also known for her weird hairstyle. She normally have her hair cut short at one end, one part long and the other side short. We have seen her with different colors of hairstyle, from blonde, red and black. Many people have even compared her to Lady Gaga.
Now, a lot of people have wondering why that hair do.
Her avatars (fans) named it the "Max Cut". She said the main idea behind her hair cut is to pass a message to young boys and girls that it's okay to do things their way. She even added the hairstyle to her logo with the "A" in "Max" assymetric.
She has written hundreds of song before signing for Atlantic City where she released Sweet But Psycho, Torn ,So Am I and lots more.
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