Even in the sweetest and most modern pop tracks, you can sometimes find darker, ubiquitous, and timeless messages. And that is the skill Faith Marie gives us on her latest release, a remix of “NVM”. It may, at least, be a cool slice of downtempo, cutting-edge, urban pop, and it is. But what sets it way above most of its peers is the depth; it is only once you have explored the track through a few additional spins that its message of depression and personal struggle begins to reveal itself…

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