I think I can get behind this.
Kill J (Copenhagen, Denmark) just released a rhythm-infused alternative R&B track that’s pretty juicy. I don’t normally endorse tracks with swearing, because much of the time I see it a sign of weak songwriting. That said, there are a bunch of good things going on with “You’re Good But I’m Better”, which is why you’re hearing it on Indie Underground.
I also really love Kill J’s hurr cut.
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