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Brooklyn-based Electro-Pop musician Gina Volpe shares electrifying single ‘Make It Good’

It is a representation of what it means to break the mould, make necessary changes, and to disrupt the norm.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

 

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

If you’re going to do anything at all for the next person, make it worth your while or someone else’s. It is a representation of what it means to break the mould, make necessary changes, and to disrupt the norm. Gina Volpe’s newest track ‘Make It Good’ sounds like the borough she’s in—the gritty-reformed concrete jungle streets of Brooklyn in New York City. The track is a song from her monthly series called, ‘Winter to Spring’. Stream the electrifying record below. It kicks off like a Saul Williams track from his 2007 release: The Inevitable Rise and Liberation of NiggyTardust!—the sinister music that makes you want to dance, think and investigate equally.


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