Kinky Notti - Nasty Nasty

Posted about 8 years ago
Producer:
Tshurhad Chivas, Havanah Maxie & Naim
Album:
Succumb (EP)

Kinky Notti’s name might suggest that this band is all about sex, but that’s far from reality. In fact, its members, which include lyricists Tshurhad Chivas and Havanah Maxie and singer Shae LaFunk, bring back some of that long-lost soul that the industry’s been missing. On their new single, Nasty Nasty, the trio does often burst out into profanity, but the majority of the song is spent flaunting its unique style of production and vocals. Classic rock drums and wailing guitars courtesy of Chivas, Maxie and producer Naim give the singers a hip-shaking sass over which to bash their exes. The Chicago group’s got more than enough attitude to top the charts, but will the audience take to their rock/blues influenced style? Find out when the group’s EP, Succumb, drops this fall.

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