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MØ - Final Song

'Final Song' is the start, not the end.
Published: 8:44 am, May 13, 2016
'Final Song' is the start, not the end.



100%-Banger



MØ was always going to be a mega-pop star. Her early moves packed with buzz, it was somewhat of a surprise when her debut album didn’t see an immediate ascent. Still, the signs were there. Everyone else just needed to catch up.

And catch up they did. Major Lazer team up ‘Lean On’ was the cork coming out of the bottle - the pressure released with one worldwide mega-hit. Cards finally down, the MØ we knew was waiting beneath was finally playing on the biggest stage.

Since then, it’s been plain sailing. ‘Kamikaze’ was a banger, but ‘Final Song’ raises the game yet another level. Three in a row makes a run; one that affirms MØ to be sailing on a higher plane. ‘Whatever you do, just don’t look down,’ she sings. With the stratosphere in her sights, there will be no fall.

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