Listen to “F@k€”, the new song by Shygirl and Kingdom

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The British rapper blane muiseknown by her stage name Shygirlhas shared “F@k€” a single new that introduces Kingdom, a DJ and music producer originally from Los Angeles. According to the musician through a press release, the song is “fun, carefree and is definitely a provocation.”

After releasing the video clip of “Thicc” in November, Shygirl has been on fire Because with “F@k€” perhaps demonstrates a little the vision of society, at the accelerated pace of the party. As for the lyrics, she endlessly repeats the insignificance of being real in a world of masks: “Who needs to be real? I want it fake, bitch/ Who wants to be real? “I just want to be fake.”

So the track of Shygirl It can be interpreted as social interaction in the world; maintaining the face to achieve an appearance, even if it overshadows our true self and always wanting more. This can be seen through social networks because in them, we never see reality. Or what do you think?


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