The track, also titled ‘Girls’, appears alongside artists such as Fleet Foxes, Grouplove, The Vaccines and Robyn who have contributed to ‘Girls – Volume 1’.
This is the first piece of music the singer has worked on since her second album ‘Master Of My Make Believe’, which was released in April of this year.
On first listen you can hear striking similarities to MIA with additional lyrical likeness to artists such as Angel Haze and Azealia Banks. For fans of her more melodic work such as ‘Disparate Youth’ be prepared for more challenging lyrics and a display of Santi’s rapping prowess.
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