New Song by Kimbra + Guests

2012-04-06 by jungletiger | 6 Comments
Kimbra, Mark Foster and A-Trak have released a song for Converse today called 'Warrior.' They have made it
available for free download and have released a music video for it as well.

Here is a link to the music video on youtube : [A]http://www.youtube.com/watch?
feature=player_embedded&v=PUUivXgJ2S4[/A]

There is more info about the song and where to download it on Kimbra's site:
http://www.kimbramusic.com/frontpage

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jungletiger
April 6th 2012
369 Comments


Fucking catchy song and pretty sweet video as well. I feel like Kimbra is going to blow up now. Not sure if thats a good thing or not, but damn she's a phenomenal singer.

Tyrael
April 6th 2012
20988 Comments


that beat is just awful

zxlkho
April 6th 2012
3482 Comments


Kimbra is so fucking awesome.

omnipanzer
April 6th 2012
21714 Comments


I love that they are all wearing Chucks as it's part of the Converse promo.

bloc
April 6th 2012
35369 Comments


Another great song

iglu
April 7th 2012
123 Comments


I love that woman



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