The film will be directed by Nabil, who has previously worked with Kanye West, Frank Ocean, and more.There's no word about what exactly the film will address as of now. will feature the aforementioned “War Ready” collab with James Blake, as well as contributions from No I. It's about not needing anybody when it comes to love—your raison d'être is to live for adoration.
The song peaked at number four in New Zealand, her first single to chart in that country.
"Primadonna" also saw success on pop radio formats in the United States, bubbling under the respective Billboard Pop Songs chart.
Prima Donna is the second extended play by American rapper Vince Staples.
Robert Copesy of Digital Spy rated the track four out of five stars, writing that in the line "Got you wrapped around my finger babe/You can count on me to misbehave", Diamandis "play[s] out one of many female archetypes that feature on her forthcoming LP—though we suspect it's one she identifies with best." Sam Lansky of MTV Buzzworthy described it as "a monster song" and "a muscular uptempo joint", concluding, "Evoking Kate Bush on the high notes and then cascading down to the gravelly tones of her lower register, Marina's voice packs the track with verve and personality." On the other hand, Luke Turner of the NME wrote that in the wake of Madonna's contributions, "plonkers like Marina have got empowerment wrong, coming up with this: Europop fart beats and cloying vocals.
Marina would do well to learn that ego needs something to back it up, which you won't find in this giant guff of saccharine nothing." Also, Elizabeth Mc Geown, writing for Irish webzine State, dismissed "Primadonna" as a "wannabe feminist [anthem] disguised in a Mean Girls-esque dialogue. Heavily pop culture laden, it contains a tongue-in-cheek superficiality." "Primadonna" was well received within the first hours of its release to radio by fans and new listeners alike, especially on the social networking site Twitter where it was a worldwide trending topic.