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ARIA Continues to Soar on ‘Broken Wings’

By Jaci Jedrych

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Always a treat here at Alchemical Records, ARIA, joined by KDDK and G Herbo, has released yet another instant favorite, “Broken Wings.”

Washington-D.C. based songwriter, producer, and rapper ARIA’s record speaks for itself. The 23-year-old’s growing discography has already amassed over a hundred million streams, climbing charts on Apple, Deezer, and iTunes – and landing a #1 spot on Hype Machine. You can catch them next month at the virtual KYS Fest!

Alongside ARIA is Russian hip-hop/rap/EDM artist Kirill Dzham, professionally known as KDDK. KDDK has collaborated with industry heavyweights, including Imanbek, Rompasso, and Fetty Wap. The artist’s music is known for “blending unsuspecting genres to map the blueprint of his unique musical perspective.” KDDK is described fittingly as “a certified controller of sound with a devoted and ever-growing fanbase.”

The third collaborator is Chicago based artist G Herbo. With collaborations alongside Earl Sweatshirt, Lil Yatchy, Common, and an abundance of celebrated projects like his breakout Pistol P mixtape and his Billboard chart-topping debut album Humble Beast, G Herbo’s influence on modern culture is unmistakable.

“I recorded my part on ‘Broken Wings’ before anyone really even knew what the song was going to be,” explains ARIA. “Just watching the song come together in itself was art to me. It went from being just a great verse and hook to a smash-hit of a song. Shoutout to KDDK for bringing it all together and G Herbo for hitting his verse out of the park.”

“Broken Wings” encourages listeners to never give up.

These broken wings will fly

Still be here tomorrow

We will never die

You and I

Fans of Matt Corman or Justin Stone should explore ARIA’s rich discography.

This track has been added to our Alchemical Weekly YouTube Playlist

Jaci Jedrych

Jaci Jedrych is a World Politics student at The Catholic University in Washington, D.C. She loves going to concerts and exploring different genres, and has a passion for arts and news writing.

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