DJ and producer Will Wallace and singer- songwriter Laurel Smith share dark-pop club anthem, Girls, Money, Cars. A wide range of influences can be found throughout, from Pop to Trap to Dubstep. Chorus is dynamic, absolutely brilliantly crafted. This song has strong vocals that clearly convey each line.
Girls, Money, Cars illuminates the warped, disorienting reality of entertainment, through an ecstatic, highly-produced mix that seriously ups-the-anti on new wave revenge-anthems. These lyrics refer to the music industry’s subjugation of women that keeps them trapped in a male-gaze public image. There are accompanying visuals.
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