PinkPantheress Drops Debut Mixtape ‘To Hell With It’: Listen

She was born in 2001, however not a lot else is thought about PinkPantheress.
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Obsessed with PinkPantheress in a approach you’ll be able to’t imagine? The British bedroom-pop princess launched her debut mixtape, To Hell With It, Friday, October 15. A set of Y2K-nostalgic dance songs with emo lyrics that ring like mantras, the project boasts her viral singles “Pain,” “Passion,” “Just for Me,” and “Break It Off,” which earned the TikTookay star a take care of Parlophone and Elektra Records earlier this year. The ten-track album additionally options her most up-to-date launch, “I must apologise.” “I’m super excited to share this project with you all as my first body of work, I’ve been collecting songs that I’ve made this year and while I’m still developing my sound, I’m hoping these songs immerse you into your ideal fantasy world as you listen,” she mentioned in a launch. Her lyrics take uncooked feelings and spin them into sharp, quotable calls to motion, all in her wispy, wistful voice. She was born in Kent in 2001, however the remainder of what we learn about PinkPantheress comes from her musical confessions. “One day I just wanna hear you say ‘I like you’ / What’s stopping you?” she places it delicately on the album’s nearer, “Break it Off.” Scrapbooking dreamy hyper pop with drum and bass with jungle and 2-step, girlie has all of TikTookay sobbing on the dance ground. Listen to To Hell With It, the debut mixtape by PinkPantheress, beneath.

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