LIT Killah says goodbye to 2023 in style: this is what ‘Facetime’ sounds like

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Long-distance relationships are not easy to manage, or at least that is how many defend it. And there are times when you have a very strong desire to be with that person you are in love with, but the kilometers that separate you make it impossible.

This is something that LIT Killah has represented in his new single, although he has given it a more explicit touch. And a relationship is also based on sex, something that, if you live far from the other person, is also quite difficult. The Argentine talks about his desire to have a sexual encounter with his girl, whom he only sees through facetime.

This song of urban rhythms is accompanied by a video clip that precisely represents what LIT says in each of these verses. He dreams of meeting a young woman who seems to make insinuations through photos and videos that she sends him via cell phone.

facetime It is the last song that the Argentine will present in 2023. It has had a great reception on social networks, where he has received all kinds of praise for his new single. “Last song of the year people, I hope you enjoy it💜 2024 I promise a lot more music than this year,” says our protagonist in one of his latest publications.

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“God I asked you for a song, not a great song,” says a fan. “Wow, what a great topic, I loved it a lot,” adds another. There is no doubt that her followers have fallen in love with the new rhythms of her favorite artist.

LIT Killah was in the WECB studios a few weeks ago remembering his beginnings and reviewing his time at WECB Music Awards Santander 2023. He also spoke about Duki and the pride he feels in him after announcing his concert at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. Do you think he will accompany him on stage? We will have to wait to find out.


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