5 Songs, 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“The hand that you bite had the upper hand”, snarls Indian-American singer and rapper Raja Kumari on the moombahton banger “KARMA”. It's a fiery clapback to the haters from a rising pop star who has written songs for Iggy Azalea, Fall Out Boy and Fifth Harmony. On BLOODLINE, she explores her California roots and South Indian identity, with references to Tupac Shakur and Beyoncé as well as the Taj Mahal and Lord Hanuman. Across five tracks, including the reggae vibes of "ROBIN HOOD" and the heartbreak rap of “STILL CARE”, she determinedly celebrates her self-worth.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“The hand that you bite had the upper hand”, snarls Indian-American singer and rapper Raja Kumari on the moombahton banger “KARMA”. It's a fiery clapback to the haters from a rising pop star who has written songs for Iggy Azalea, Fall Out Boy and Fifth Harmony. On BLOODLINE, she explores her California roots and South Indian identity, with references to Tupac Shakur and Beyoncé as well as the Taj Mahal and Lord Hanuman. Across five tracks, including the reggae vibes of "ROBIN HOOD" and the heartbreak rap of “STILL CARE”, she determinedly celebrates her self-worth.

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