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  • OHMYGi Drops Unapologetic Debut Single “I’m Danger” [LISTEN]


    Gisela Lindhorst aka OHMYGi makes her presence known with her debut single “I’m Danger,” out now.

    This Chilean-born talent earned the inaugural Icon Collective Women’s Scholarship and Icon Ambassador Award, allowing her to hone in on her unique vision in Los Angeles in recent years. As a producer, singer, songwriter, and performing artist — OHMYGi’s self expression is on full display with her very first release.

    The song is raw and unapologetic, setting the tone for OHMYGi’s upcoming album Danger in Pink. Described as a bilingual banger, “I’m Danger” is a blend of her native Spanish and improved English with heavy basslines and ripping lyrics. The OHMYGi project drips with originality and we already can’t wait to hear more.

    On a deeper level, OHMYGi expresses her point of view on female oppression and holds space for awareness to have “each one [of] us play their active role” in the community while also awakening the feminine power.

    Listen below and watch the music video here!

    OHMYGi – I’m Danger

    Connect with OHMYGi

    SoundCloud | Spotify | Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: OHMYGi Drops Unapologetic Debut Single “I’m Danger” [LISTEN]

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