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FREE MP3: Foster The People/Kimbra - Warrior

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This week's free download is a musical union that we'll refer to as Foster The Kimbra. Foster The People, the masterminds behind last summer's monster hit "Pumped Up Kicks" got together with A-Trak and Kimbra (the female voice in that "Somebody That I Used To Know" track that you might've heard of...) to create a song for Converse's "3 Artists 1 Song" collaborative series. The result is what you'd expect - an incredibly catchy song for the new age of pop. "Warrior" is the soundtrack of an old school arcade game, and I've reached the  final level. Somehow, somewhere, Foster The People discovered a cave full of pop hooks, and they're mining it for us to enjoy. Don't disregard Kimbra here, either -- when she's not lending her voice to massive hit songs, she's making music on her own. Try out her song "Settle Down" right here, then check out the video for "Warrior" and download the song for free here.


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04/16/2012 1:17PM
FREE MP3: Foster The People/Kimbra - Warrior
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04/18/2012 7:56AM
L-O-V-E it!
You need to play this on MMM...right now. Kimbra is seriously the best upcoming female artist out there right now. Foster the People can do no wrong.
04/27/2012 1:44PM
Yes!
I agree - I love this song! - Jenny
06/05/2012 2:17AM
Yay
This song is great !
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