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King Princess doesn’t skimp on catchiness for her new single “Cheap Queen”

It’s the N.Y.C. artist’s first single off her upcoming major label debut.

May 31, 2019

Brooklyn musician King Princess walks the pop music tightrope between the top 40 and the avant-garde. After her first song "1950" blew up online, she dropped an EP called Make My Bed, got signed to Mark Ronson's record label Zelig Records, and re-recorded a classic Fiona Apple song with the legend herself. So yeah, pay attention! Her new song "Cheap Queen" is taken from her upcoming debut album, and is a by-turns empowering and weary ballad to the self with a dusty vibe thanks to old samples and piano melodies reminiscent of Jon Brion circa Eternal Sunshine. Once again, King Princess nails her unique balancing act. Listen to "Cheap Queen" above.

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King Princess doesn’t skimp on catchiness for her new single “Cheap Queen”