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Duwap Kaine - “She Call My Phone”
Duwap Kaine drops music erratically. Take “Torch,” an older song released earlier this week, where he says, “2018 is my year.” But miraculously the 18-year-old followed up that ancient single with the surprise release of his second mixtape of the year, Underground II, a sequel to his 2018 tape. “She Call My Phone” is the track I keep going back to. Duwap raps about his favorite things—smoking gas, breaking hearts, and spending money on his neck—on a melody that sounds like it should be playing in the background of a The Twilight Zone episode about Martians. Thankfully, we didn’t have to wait years for this one.
Originally Appeared on Pitchfork