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King Princess was raised in Brooklyn, grew up in a musical family, and spent much of her time learning different instruments at an early age. She attended USC’s Thornton School of Music and is now breaking into the music industry.
Harry Styles tweeted a lyric from 1950,’ which has also attracted many more well-deserved listeners to the song.
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The song has a retro feel and with some pop-rock vibes. ‘1950’ fills the room with soulful vocals, and a chorus that will have you singing it over and over. The song, as of now, has 3,491,129 plays on Spotify. The music video has reached 154,220 views since its release on February 22. It currently sits in the second spot of Spotify’s “Pop Rising” playlist.
“So I’ll wait for you, I’ll pray
I will keep on waiting for your love
For you, I’ll wait
I will keep on waiting for your…”
King Princess plays all of the instruments on the track, and wrote the lyrics as well. The lyrics explore young love, attraction, and unrequited love. The video brings it all together in a mash up of on stage performances and and tender scenes between a couple.
1950 is the first song off of King Princess’s upcoming EP this spring. According to an interview at The Line of Best Fit, King Princess says, “Queer love was only able to exist privately for a long time, expressed in society through coded art forms. I wrote this song as a story of unrequited love in my own life, doing my best to acknowledge and pay homage to that part of history.”
Keep an eye out for this up and coming artist, soon to drop more music.
Watch the music video above and let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
Creative Writing major at FSU. Love basketball, poetry, coffee, and dogs. Class of 2019.