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Get It Right With WILDLYF’s “Wrong”

Get It Right With WILDLYF’s “Wrong”
Tomas Serrano

Prodigious eighteen-year old Australian producer WILDLYF just teamed up with fellow Aussie wonderkid Vic August to create “Wrong,” a sensual R&B infused future bass jam out now. Providing an upbeat atmosphere, “Wrong” perfectly combines WILDLYF’s sophisticated melodies and Vic August’s heart melting R&B laden vocals. With the release of “Wrong,” WILDLYF proves why he is quickly gaining a reputation as one of Australia’s premiere up and coming producers.
Here’s what WILDLYF had to say about the release of his new single: “To me this song was more than a collaboration, I think the perspective coming from Vic’s R&B and hip-hop background was so refreshing, it opened new doors for me to expand creatively and helped treat the song itself as more than just another festival banger.”

Having already caught the attention of producers such as NGHTMRE, Slander, Alison Wonderland, and Slumberjack, the future is looking brighter than ever for WILDLYF.
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