Adelaide’s Tkay Maidza has just premiered an absolute banger of a track. With the help of What So Not and American producer Baauer on the production (who was behind 2013’s Harlem Shake) and co-written by George Maple, Maidza has released Ghost, combining hip-hop and electronic genres with some epic catchy hooks. Just last week Maidza was awarded with four South Australian Music Awards and with the release of Ghost, proves that this is just the beginning for her world domination.
Ghost showcases Maidza’s talented rhythm with her iconic rapping contrasting with sweet, catchy pop hooks. The track is a lush melodic trap creation, produced by What So Not with epic club-orientated synths and featuring Baauer’s deep, filthy bass drops. Ghost is such a clever track that incorporates each of the four artist’s individual styles to create a festival dance floor masterpiece.
After speaking to Triple J, Maidza announced that her much-anticipated debut album is set to drop autumn of next year. Until then, take a listen to her huge banger, Ghost, which will get you super excited for the festival season.
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