RIYL: MC Lars, Watsky, Zella Day
K.Flay rarely comes out with any music that I don’t like. In fact, for the past few years, her EPs have been at the top of my year-end “best-of”s and for good reason. She raps like a champ, has some of the most revealing and connectable lyrics, and boy howdy can you dance to it. Believe me, I would know, as her live shows got me shaking my body like a tree in a hurricane.
Recently, she has come out with two real bangers, Black Wave and High Enough, which are exemplary of her style, of her passion, and of her amazing talent. They speak of someone who is learning from mistakes, but definitely not happy with how they’ve been handled before. “Living under bad days, Shaking in my own cave, What do I believe? Stumbling down the street, I swear to god you don’t want to test me.” Beautiful, strong, and oh so catchy, you definitely want to check her out.
The only album she had released previously on vinyl was “Life as a Dog”, but by the time I found out I was SoL and it’s one that doesn’t even show up on Discogs for sale (so if anyone knows where I can find it, I will be your friend forever). Pretty much what I’m saying is that if you don’t get on this now, it’ll be gone FOREVER and you’ll be kicking yourself as much as I’ve been doing for the past couple years.
Every Where Is Some Where Limited Edition White Vinyl, signed by K.Flay.
**Estimated to ship May 2017
Listen on Spotify
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive