Malyangapa, Barkindji artist, Barkaa has shared the first offering from her debut EP and it is a vibe. It’s called ‘King Brown’ and it’s a total mood of a single.
The single is filled with gems of lines like, “I ain’t crying over budu unless that budu makes me money.”
‘King Brown’ is taken from Barkaa’s forthcoming, debut EP. It’s titled Blak Matriarchy.
The new single comes with a music video as well, which you can watch down below. It was filmed in Sydney and produced by Paven Gill at Sonder Films.
“I was in a very toxic relationship for years and it did it’s toll on my confidence and my self-esteem was really low… I believed in my head I deserved that kind of love at one point,” explains Barkaa.
“But then after relearning, getting to know myself again and seeing my worth I could never look back.
“‘King Brown’ is just a f*ck you to my ex basically, it’s cheeky, it’s comical and it’s fun… I guess with ‘King Brown’ I wanted to show that side of me. I made the decision to cut a lot of ties not only for my mental health and well-being, but for my babies.
“Love is a doing word and if it isn’t actioned it has no room in mine or my babies lives.”
“This is a track for my sisters to keep their head up too, to feel good again and to put their middle fingers up at those who don’t deserve us.”
Watch the music video for ‘King Brown’ below.
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