Christine and the Queens Recruits Dâm-Funk for New Song “Girlfriend”

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Christine and the Queens, real name Héloïse Letissier, drops a new song titled “Girlfriend” featuring Dâm-Funk. Letissier blesses fans with two versions of the record: an English version and a French version titled, “Damn, dis-moi.”

“I initially set out to smash against macho culture and macho men,” Letissier said of the song in a statement. “I became obsessed with this idea of the macho man, and still being a woman. What does it mean if I’m this figure, and I’m a woman? Does it make me an aberration? Is it joyful?”

Letissier will go on tour in the fall. Stream both versions of the song above and below.

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