Download New Music: Kim Petras – Got My Number
Kim Petras comes through with a brand new smashing hot and dope single track entitled “Got My Number“. We really do not deserve Kim Petras. The 26-year-old is just too talented and generous. She has been single-handedly saving the music industry one picture-perfect pop song at a time since launching with “I Don’t Want It At All” in 2017. Last week, she continued her hot streak with the unveiling of yet another glorious anthem – “Broken.” The barbed confection signified the start of a new era for the rising pop princess. And it turns out we won’t have to wait too long for the second taste of what she’s been up to in the studio lately. Yesterday (April 30), she hopped on social media to announce the impending release of her latest single – “GOT-MY-NUMBER.”
“New music tomorrow,” she teased alongside the official cover. In the comments section she offered some clarification about the release. “GOT-MY-NUMBER” arrives at 9 pm PT / 12 am ET. We don’t know much about the track just yet, but it seems safe to assume that it will be another win. Not only that, but lucky fans will get a chance to see it performed live in the near future. Yesterday Kim also announced her Broken Tour. Launching in Nashville, Tennessee June 11, the 10-stop tour hits major cities across the US before concluding in San Francisco June 26. You can get ticket info and sign up for pre-sale opportunities on her official website.
Keep an eye on this post. We’ll update it with the streaming link once “GOT-MY-NUMBER” arrives online. Some fans of Kim Petras’ singles — from “I Don’t Want It At All” and “Hillside Boys,” to the more recent “1, 2, 3 Dayz Up” — might find themselves scratching their heads at the beginning of the pop star’s newest song, “Broken.” The boldfaced chorus begins the song, but is undercut at first by a more subtle instrumental track than fans might be used to. A steady stream of drum hits are muffled in tandem with loving synths that glide under Petras’ glossy vocals.
By the time the second wave of the chorus hits, fans will find themselves bobbing their heads. The breakup anthem is better felt in the sway of one’s shoulders rather than in the spring of one’s jump — which would be a normal reaction for other songs in her discography. Jumping up and down to a KP bop like “Heart to Break” in a gay bar on a Friday night is practically a rite of passage in 2019. “Broken,” however, is perhaps Petras’ most low-key banger yet, more in line with the direction of modern Top 40 radio pop. This is the kind of song(s) you wouldn’t want to miss on your playlist.
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