We recently noted Seven Lions’ genre-bending abilities, but Kill Paris takes the idea to a new level. By effortlessly fusing R&B and dubstep, Kill Paris has succeeded at combining soul and electronic music. His self-dubbed brand of “baby-making music” is both sensual and stupendous, combining sentimental lyrics with bodacious bass. “Baby Come Back” pays homage to the Player’s 1979 original, and like all of Kill Paris’ music, it is available for free on his SoundCloud. If you’re digging his style, make sure to catch the new OWSLA signee on the upcoming OWSLA Tour.
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