Kali Uchis premieres new single

2018-01-12 by Josh F. | 4 Comments
Kali Uchis has a released a new single called "After The Storm".

The single is a funky soulful bit that balances her sugary sweet vocals with the deeply-pitched rap verses of Tyler, The Creator. Fluttering his lines in the background you can also find a feature from Bootsy Collins.

The single is the first off her upcoming major label debut, which will release this spring via Interscope/Virgin EMI Records.

You can stream the single below.



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IAMERROR
January 12th 2018
290 Comments


I've been a fan of Kali since I heard Nuestro Planeta somewhere on YT. Very good stuff. I missed her show when she swung by El Club downtown Detroit. She'll probably blow up a bit more now that she's got Tyler on a track with her. Good on her.

brainmelter
January 12th 2018
5501 Comments


ayyy

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JamieTwort
January 13th 2018
26988 Comments


🔥

ZombieToyDuck
January 15th 2018
4613 Comments


this track is the shittt



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