Introduce yourself to the sexy and super-smooth slow jams of Hoodlem

Introduce yourself to the sexy and super-smooth slow jams of Hoodlem

Melbourne duo Hoodlem goes international dropping a very sexy slow jam.

Hoodlem’s latest single, Kintsugi, screams of all the global feels. The Melbourne-based duo took their Aussie talent to New York City and penned this killer R&B, cabaret-like track - probably in a secluded cocktail bar Downtown or Brooklyn. And for a group that openly defines themselves as “anonymous”, I wouldn’t put it past them to be writing secretly in the backs of New York bars where inspiration and temptation can be everywhere. The song symbolizes the Japanese art of mending something broken with shiny dust; fixing a relationship by finding solace in love’s trials and tribulations.

Hoodlem’s fluid beats are on point. Subtle enough to be played in any cocktail or dive bar around the world, but definitely pulsing with sultry beats and seductive enough to catch the attention of your love interest out in public, or in the privacy of your bedroom. It's the first taste of an upcoming EP release in March, which cannot come soon enough.

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