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KOAST Tackles Matters of the Heart in Trap-Inspired ‘Sendin Ma Lovin’

The Paris-based Tunisian teams up with producers Ratchopper and RamsJams for a trap-inspired, unconventional lover letter.

Tunisian singer-songwriter, KOAST, fuses rap and her unique vocal style to create an effortless, melodic flow in her latest single, ‘Sendin Ma Lovin’. The single is her second release of the year, following the decidedly more chill ‘Don't Do That’ in January, with the artist tackling the classic and endlessly complicated theme of love.

The track starts off with an inner monologue that talks about the idea of feeling less and less like herself. Musically, the track incorporates the violin, performed by Houssem Turki, with producers, Ratchopper and RamsJams, weaving in the standard 808s and hi-hat rolls of a trap beat, giving the single an intimate yet upbeat feel.

Is love the answer to everything? Is it true to that ‘all you need is love’? Possibly, maybe - but one thing for certain is that this is an unorthodox love letter in all the best ways.