Listen Rina Sawayama shares Brabo remix of ‘Comme Des Garçons’ featuring Pabllo Vittar

Rina Sawayama shares Brabo remix of ‘Comme Des Garçons’ featuring Pabllo Vittar

Rina is due to release her debut album ‘SAWAYAMA’ on 17th April.

Rina Sawayama has offered up a new remix of her latest track ‘Comme Des Garçons (Like The Boys)’.

The new version of the track - which was released last month and is taken from her forthcoming debut - comes reworked by Brabo and features vocals from Brazilian drag star Pabllo Vittar.

Speaking of working with Pabllo on the remix, Rina has said: “I was totally shook that Pabllo wanted to be on this remix! She is literally a modern icon and her vocals sound so powerful, she is one of my favourite voices in pop. I’m super glad it’s this song too because for me ‘Comme Des Garcons’ is about confidence and there’s no better person on this planet than Pabllo to elevate that. Also Brabo’s production I CANT! Its just all so good and I hope everyone loves it as much as I do!”

The new remix lands ahead of the release of her debut album ‘SAWAYAMA’, which is due for release on 17th April via Dirty Hit. Rina also has a slew of tour dates coming up. Check out the Brabo remix of ‘Comme Des Garçons’, and her touring plans, below.

APRIL
24 Los Angeles, CA @ The Regent Theater
25 San Francisco, CA @ Great American Music Hall
27 Portland, OR @ Holocene
28 Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile

MAY
01 Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line Music Cafe
02 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
03 Toronto, ON @ The Mod Club Theatre
06 Washington, DC @ Union Stage
07 New York City, NY @ Webster Hall
08 Cambridge, MA @ The Sinclair
09 Philadelphia, PA @ The Foundry at the Fillmore
14 Glasgow, UK @ King Tuts
15 Manchester, UK @ Gorilla
16 Birmingham, UK @ O2 Institute 3
21 London, UK @ Electric Brixton

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