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Video Premiere: Piqi Miqi's Minimal Funk Track, "The Girls like the Girls," Transcends Traditional Sexuality - Magnetic Magazine

Video Premiere: Piqi Miqi's Minimal Funk Track, "The Girls like the Girls," Transcends Traditional Sexuality

His debut record 'Yesterday Left Last Night' will be out May 14.
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We're all about the weird and unique here at Magnetic and we're absolutely in love with this interesting piece by up-and-coming artist Piqi Miqi. Rooted in a stripped back version of funk, there's definitely elements of Prince's experimental style that shines through. The video itself is catchy and colorful, bringing visuals that captivate in the same way the woman in his song captivates other women. 

On the song, he noted: 

I wrote this song about my best friend Amanda Mayne. Everytime she goes out she always lures the most beautiful girls away from their boyfriends. I found her game remarkable and watched how she attracts girls by engaging them and leading the way. She explained to me that she didn't want to categorize her sexual orientation. Sometimes she found herself attracted to women, sometimes men. But her desire with women is more complex and emotional. I captured her playful essence in this song. The lyrics makes fun of the boring guy who fails to show his girl a good time. While he's being so uptight and dull, there's a fun loving girl who has got exactly what his girlfriend has been missing. 

His debut record Yesterday Left Last Night will be available MAY 14. 

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