American musician Ronnie Radke love the way the melody was written in "What the Hell?" by Avril Lavigne. He adores the way the tune was composed and her writing style in the song. The song by this Canadian artist musician Avril Lavigne is from her fourth studio collection, Goodbye Lullaby.
“I can't help it, but I love the way the melody was written and her writing style in the song."
The song was released on January 10, 2011, by RCA Records as the lead single from the collection. The tune was created by Max Martin and Shellback, who co-composed the tune with Lavigne. As indicated by Lavigne, she composed the tune as her "own message for flexibility".
"What the hell" got positive reviews. Critics highly complimented its snappiness and contrasting it with her 2007 single "Sweetheart". The song came number one in Japan, top five in Asia, the Top 10 in Europe, Australia, South America, Mexico, Canada, and the Top 20 in the US and the UK, peaking at eleven and sixteen, individually.
Gil Kaufman of MTV.com expressed "What the hell" has "animating team promoter vitality" and an "irresistible section and perky vibe".Jody Rosen of Rolling Stone magazine said "the music is effectively some of Avril's catchiest yet", depicting it as "Avril more or less".
32-year-old Ronnie Radke is a musician, songwriter, and producer. He was engaged to model Crissy Henderson. They have a daughter Willow Grace Radke. Although they were engaged, they later called it off. The reason has no yet been revealed.
He had affair rumors with Caroline Burt. However, the couple broke up as Radke is single again and yet to be married.
His net worth is approximate $3.5 million and has a pretty high salary.
Radke created his own YouTube channel in 2013. He additionally released his first solo single named The Fairweather Fans. This performance profession could turn out to be exceptionally remunerating for his total assets later on.