Kitty Cash debuts New York trio Wet’s latest track, “Move Me.”
For this installment of our bi-weekly noncommittal book club, we asked New York-based trio Wet.
Brooklyn’s Wet make emotional pop with no B.S.
Wet performed "11 Hours" amongst the pews of a church in Brooklyn, filmed by The FADER.
Tracks we love right now, including Ariana Grande's "God Is A Woman," Childish Gambino's "Summertime Magic," Chief Keef's "Tragedies" and more.
Kelly Zutrau explains how a professional and personal reset shaped Wet's Still Run, their most romantic album.
Watch the music video for Wet's "You're Not Wrong," coming off of their latest album Still Run.
Tracks we love right now, including Ariana Grande's "The Light Is Coming," Teyana Taylor's "WTP," 03 Greedo's "Planned Out," and more.
Tracks we love right now, including Drake and Lil Baby's "Pikachu," André 3000's "Me&My," Mitski's "Geyser" and more.
Wet is back with a new album on deck.
Nicki Minaj's "Barbie Tingz," Wet's "Softens," Creek Boyz's "Boss Right Now," and seven more.
Wet return with "There's a Reason," the first song from the band's second album.
Listen to Maya Laner's debut single under her True Blue moniker.
Wet is touring the U.S. with “The Middle” and “Turn Away” in tow, their first new songs since the Don't You Album.