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Wednesday, 04 September 2019

UPSAHL - Drugs

We can't get enough of Phoenix native UPSAHL's latest party protest "Drugs". In her new video for the single, Taylor Upsahl takes us through a trippy house party where everyone's either snorting glitter or taking rainbow-colored pills. Upsahl's unforgettable hook is bound to stick with you next to you want to party hard. The song's warm and soulful vocals and jangly beat create a perfect track to kickback to.

Upsahl released her first single with Arista Records late last year. Though she's only been out of high school for just over a year, she's well versed in the music industry. At the age of 5, Upsahl began learning and playing piano and guitar. In her freshman year, she dropped her first EP. With millions of plays on Spotify behind her, Upsahl is an unstoppable force that's shaking up the pop world.

Written by Marina Sakimoto

 

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