Tei Shi - Go Slow

Fresh off the heels of her SXSW appearance, Brooklyn songstress Tei Shi has unveiled her newest

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Fresh off the heels of her SXSW appearance, Brooklyn songstress Tei Shi has unveiled her newest single in the form of “Go Slow.” Premiered via Annie Mac’s Radio 1 show, the song is an addictive fusion between electronic elements and dream-wave synth which was co-produced by Gianluca Buccellati and Tei Shi herself. Her poignantly ethereal vocals contribute to a more poppier effort in comparison to the previously released “Bassically” and “See Me.” All singles will feature on her forthcoming Verde EP, which will be released April 14.

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