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Watch Benee perform her smash-hit 'Supalonely' on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

She's also in the new issue of Dork, y'know.
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Published: 9:19 pm, July 01, 2020
Watch Benee perform her smash-hit 'Supalonely' on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Benee has popped in to The Ellen DeGeneres Show for a performance.

She pulled out her super-smash 'Supalonely', which has already seen her put in an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, and rack up endless plays on just about every platform you can name.

She's also in the July issue of Dork, where she tells us about her next single. "The song is pretty different to the other music I've made in the past," she says, "I wanted to go for a hip-hop production kinda feel."

Keep an eye out for her new track coming soon, and in the meantime watch her latest TV spot below.

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