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Kris Kollins Drops, “Wish”

by The Alchemist

Washington DC native, Kris Kollins is on a quest to redefine ambiguity. An eccentric personality and flamboyant style, he aims to push the limitations on societal norms, and is ready to let his imagination run wild.

 

His newest track is titled, “Wish” and it is inspired by the traditional sounds of Miami culture and a relationship break up that didn’t go as well as everyone wishes. Kris Kollins said it’s, For the people who know they deserve more than bullshit, and leaving all of that in the rearview.”  As we listened to the track, we loved the production, and it did help us reminisce on some relationships that we’ve had previously in our lives. Check out the track below.

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