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KIM PETRAS Releases Video for “Faded” ft. Lil Aaron

Kim Petras has released the video for her single “Fadedft. Lil Aaron WATCH HERE. Directed by Nicholas Harwood (Blood Orange, Sophie, Porches) the video for the bouncy bop, which premiered via Noisey (CLICK HERE), is loaded with everything fans have come to love about Kim – her blissed out, carefree dancing, art direction straight out of a 90’s teen sitcom, and a plethora of drool-worthy outfits from established and avant-garde designers including Balenciaga, Christian Cowan, Dsquared, Margiela, MarryMe-JimmyPaul and Chromat.

Kim’s undeniable voice and imaginative artistry have earned her recognition as an artist to watch for 2018.

The instantly addictive “Faded” ft. Lil Aaron followed Kim’s recent collaboration with Charli XCX on Unlock It” (ft. Kim Petras and Jay Park) from Charli’s Pop 2 mixtape out now. Kim’s breakout single “I Don’t Want It At All” has quickly surpassed 5 million Spotify streams and hit #1 on the Global Spotify Viral Chart just four days after release. PRESS HERE to watch the video which features a special guest appearance by Paris Hilton.

In addition to “I Don’t Want It At All” and “Faded,” Kim’s other singles “Hillside Boys,” “Slow It Down,” and “Hillsft. Baby E,” were all featured on Spotify’s New Music Friday upon release.

Kim has been chosen as one of Spotify’s RISE artists. RISE is an exciting emerging artist program designed to identify and break the next wave of music superstars through Spotify’s unmatched cultural influence and 140+ million music fans. Stay tuned to www.spotify.com/RISE.

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.

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