13 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For the sequel to her 2015 musical and visual album Cry Baby, the singer-songwriter brings us up to speed with the title character, now in her teens, navigating a pastel-colored world of cruel kids and drugged-up school authorities. K-12 tells a contemporary tale of self-acceptance. The pop-driven narrative has matured along with Cry Baby, approaching topics like bulimia (“Orange Juice”), self-worth (“Strawberry Shortcake,” “Show & Tell”), and social pressures (“Lunchbox Friends”) with sensitivity and humanity.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

For the sequel to her 2015 musical and visual album Cry Baby, the singer-songwriter brings us up to speed with the title character, now in her teens, navigating a pastel-colored world of cruel kids and drugged-up school authorities. K-12 tells a contemporary tale of self-acceptance. The pop-driven narrative has matured along with Cry Baby, approaching topics like bulimia (“Orange Juice”), self-worth (“Strawberry Shortcake,” “Show & Tell”), and social pressures (“Lunchbox Friends”) with sensitivity and humanity.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
508 Ratings

508 Ratings

pacifykelly ,

Best album

This is the greatest album I’ve ever heard. It’s so experimental and like nothing I’ve heard before

SparklyBows ,

Watch the Movie, Then Listen to the CD💕

I think I loved the songs in Cry Baby more BUT I loved the K-12 movie and liked the songs more when I saw them live in the movie and after I watched the movie. Can’t wait to see my girl on tour💕💕💕

Coolest person I know ,

11/10 would recommend

It’s such a great playlist! Her style is so unique and we need more artists like her in the world today!

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