This ain’t precisely her pink hair and “Bathwater” part, however hey, we’re simply joyful that the Voice guy from Oklahoma didn’t sneak in for some backing vocals throughout the refrain. Following a yearslong hiatus from pursuing solo work that wasn’t Christmas related,
Gwen Stefani has launched a new single referred to as “Let Me Reintroduce Myself,” which has the identical homecoming energy as the Cars’ “Hiya Again” — simply with out an epic keyboard part and a video starring Andy Warhol. Stefani quite actually describes the ska- and reggae-infused observe as “a means of saying I’m again with new music” (which, sure), including that she needed to “write a music that had a little bit of a nostalgic feeling to it.” But despite this, she croons: “I’m not records on your shelf.” My Tragic Kingdom vinyl disagrees!
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