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Taking a break from her politically-charged hip-hop tracks to turn her attentions inward and turn the bass all the way up, the Toronto rapper drops a club-ready set of tunes surrounding a topic that’s not as much so: her own devastating break-up and the subsequent months she spent working on herself. Dubbing it her “glow-up album,” it taps into the sonic trends dominating Toronto airwaves like Afrobeats, amapiano and dancehall.

by Ben Boddez