Kanga, a musician and producer hailing from Los Angeles, California, has just unveiled her latest single titled “Bad Girl”. This new track serves as the follow-up to her previous single, “Rehab.” In addition to these singles, “Under Glass,” the title track from her forthcoming album, has already been released, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect from the full project. Musically, listeners can anticipate a blend of electronic underground pop, showcasing Kanga’s style.
Regarding “Bad Girl”, Kanga describes the track as “my groovy 90s throwback track that I wrote in the shower.”
After spending a year touring extensively across Europe and the United States, she has dedicated herself to studio work, focusing on her new album. For this project, she has collaborated with the producers Josh Franks and Dave Adrounie. Her album “Under Glass” is set to be released on October 6th through Artoffact Records.
Kanga’s introduction to the music world came in 2015 when she debuted with the self-released single “Vital Signs”. In 2016, she was signed to Negative Gain Productions, under which she released her self-titled album, “Kanga”.
Below is the new single.
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