On her first and to date only DJBooth feature, Kat Dahlia made clear that she’s not into guys who put up a Gangsta façade. So, what kind of men is she attracted to? Apparently, her turn-ons include flame-retardant fabrics and massive hoses (Not that kind—well, maybe that kind too.), as her latest single finds her getting hot and heavy on the club dancefloor with a Fireman. Backed by Syntematik‘s body-moving synth-percussion boardwork, the singer delivers verses liberally laced with sizzling double-entendres. Has Kat Dahlia succeeded in making you sweat with her latest effort? Then watch our pages for more fresh song releases leading up to the late-summer/early-fall release of debut set My Garden via Sylvia Rhone‘s Vested in Culture label and Epic Records.
Written by richard on 05/21/13
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