LiKWUiD - Likwuidity: In Depth EP

Posted 2 years ago
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In conjunction with the project's retail release via Bandcamp, South Carolina buzzmaker LiKWUiD is offering up her Likwuidity: In Depth EP for exclusive, free streaming and download right here in The DJBooth.

On Likwuidity: In Depth, the unsigned artist uses clever wordplay and metaphors to address topics such as self-love, socio-economic struggles, hanging with friends, growing up in a single parent household and female empowerment. Included among its seven original records (plus one bonus track!) is reader-approved lead single "Circle of Life."

DJ Evil Dee (of Black Moon), Dylan Dili and Meredith Hansen (of the Metropolitan Opera) make guest appearances on the set, which is produced entirely by NYC beat duo 2Hungry Bros.

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