Wonda - @KiloKish

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Disclosure and Wonda
Album:
The Naked Girl from the Internet

I have to admit, I hadn’t heard of @KiloKish before peeping the title of Wonda‘s latest single but, after a glance over her resumé (she’s a singer, a songwriter, a painter, a model, a fashion designer…) as well as her Google image search results, it’s not hard to see why the Chi-town spitter was inspired to dedicate his latest single to the Brooklynite Renaissance woman. On this freshly-minted album cut, the artist showcases a little versatility of his own, hooking up with Disclosure to craft a syrupy synth backdrop for blunted rhymes dedicated to Kilo and other creative, free-spirited women. Fans will be able to find this hazy, lovestruck banger and much more on The Naked Girl From the Internet, which has yet to receive a solid drop date; keep it locked for the latest news and tunes!

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