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Biig Piig has shared her "post-breakup, pre-glow-up" tune, 'Don't Turn Around'

She's also confirmed a new charity gig.
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Published: 9:53 pm, July 22, 2020
Biig Piig has shared her "post-breakup, pre-glow-up" tune, 'Don't Turn Around'

Biig Piig has shared her fab new single, 'Don't Turn Around'.

It's "my post-breakup, pre-glow-up tune," she explains, "finally getting to confidence through self-love and letting go of toxic relationships.

"JD Reid [slowthai, Mabel, Kojey Radical] showed me a song he had saved in his sample collection called ‘Love for the Sake of Love’ by Claudja Barry. The energy of that track instantly just made me wanna move so badly.

"You might have heard the sample before in Montell Jordan’s iconic tune ‘Get It on Tonite’, but it slaps every time and the feeling Claudja Barry captures is absolutely timeless."

Along with the track, she's also confirmed a pay-per-view, socially-distanced gig at Moth Club in aid of Refuge and Trans Women of Colour Survival Fund, for 9th August.

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