Listen to an Unreleased FKA twigs Song "Walk Till You're Dead"

Recently, Post Malone has been the victim of having old videos that do not quite depict his current

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Recently, Post Malone has been the victim of having old videos that do not quite depict his current image surface online. Yesterday, it was FKA twigs‘ turn — but on a much less embarrassing level. An old song titled “Walk ‘Til You’re Dead” has been uploaded to YouTube, and it possesses a sound that sounds nothing like the FKA twigs we are familiar with. It is not known when this track was recorded exactly, but some have estimated it to be around 2007. Listen to the song above and let us know if you’re happy about her change in musical direction.

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