Lizzo’s protégé Dizzy Fae shares new track ‘360 Baby’: Listen

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Dizzy Fae, the rising artist under Lizzo’s wing, released a new track called ‘360 Baby’. In a time like now, it is good to have a song with intent like Fae’s. It’s giving 2009’s ‘Pop the Glock’ on steroids sung by a BIPOC artist who identifies as a “queer” “sex-pop” and emits a “godlike serenity”. What is the song about, according to the artist? She says it is about visualising what you want and going out to get it. We hope it inspires you. Stream the audio below produced by Stelios. If you are unfamiliar with Stelios, he has made records for SZA, MIA, and Young Thug. Check it out.


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