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KIM PETRAS Releases Two New Singles “Hills” ft. Baby E and “Hillside Boys”

Kim Petras has just released two new singles “Hillsft. Baby E (CLICK HERE) and “Hillside Boys” (CLICK HERE). Gleaming with animated retro-synths, the unapologetically pop tracks are filled with breezy lyrics and polished beats. Both tracks are featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday today. Today’s releases follow Kim’s infectious debut single “I Don’t Want It At All,which has quickly amassed close to 3 million Spotify streams, and went to #1 on the Global Spotify Viral Chart just four days after release – LISTEN HERE. “I Don’t Want It At All,” is a buoyant, fun track, which Kim teamed up with Aaron Joseph, Dr. Luke, Cirkut and Lil Aaron to create.

Since her childhood in Cologne, Germany, Kim has been in love with pop music. It was a window into the bigger world outside of her little town. Kim notably began transitioning with female hormone therapy following her twelfth birthday before making worldwide headlines as the youngest person to receive gender reassignment surgery at the age of 16. Her experiences and bravery are subtly present in her music and her debut single perfectly showcases her imaginative artistry and unique brand of escapism.

Kim Petras is gearing up to release new music in the coming months that is sure to continue to showcase her undeniable voice and incredible talent. More details to be announced soon!

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