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KUMA ‘That Something’ : Swinging in dripping suppositions, you writhe with purpose in this world.

KUMA

Reflective in its truths, KUMA delineates the beckoning into folds of drizzly vibes and the unknown. ‘That Something’ is an open truth in clashing emotions.

Said KUMA: “I wrote ‘That Something’ after reflecting on one of my past relationships and how it had started to become more complex, in a bad way. When you’re with someone, there has to be this un-characterizable energy between the two of you for it to work. I don’t know if there is a specific word for it and I didn’t know exactly how to articulate it then.”

Pain and sorrow, meeting in a collision with happiness and the unpredictable.

“My vision for the song was to allow my listeners to feel my emotions and my pain through the lyrics. I wanted the beat to play a secondary role so that the listeners could really take in what I was saying. The lessons I’d hope others gain from listening is that a relationship is a team effort, not a solo undertaking and sometimes the thing that’s missing just isn’t tangible.”

Swinging in dripping suppositions, you writhe with purpose in this world.

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