FKAtwigs' new mixtape is an alluring self-reflective journey.
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The most striking byte that perhaps best encapsulates. In the opening track, “Ride the Dragon,” she softly lures us in and says, “When I feel you, I feel me, and when I feel me, it feels good,” already weaving us into the fabric of her newest body of work and its varying emotional patterns all before hearing the first verse.
Magdalene, she strips back a few more layers, this time evolving the voice of the divine feminine that existed inPhotography courtesy of Orograph, collaborating with artists (including The Weeknd) and her journey back to herself.? I know you worked on this during lockdown and through FaceTime. Did it felt like a different process from your other albums?Read more: FashionCanada »
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