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Satica & Sakima Team Up For Languid Electro Bop, ‘Dysfunctional’ 

Satica & Sakima Team Up For Languid Electro Bop, ‘Dysfunctional’

Satica, Sakima

Sometimes a physical connection isn’t enough. 

It's a tale of two lovers blinded by lust in Satica's newest release, "Dysfunctional." Teaming up with London queer vocalist Sakima, the pair lay out an impressive collaboration that finds itself between the entrancing rhythm a slow 90s club bumper and the resounding vocals popular in today's soundscape.

Related | Meet Sakima: London's Rising Star Making Sexually Inclusive Pop

The daughter of Cambodian refugees, Satica is fresh off the success of her collaborative effort with Manila Killa, "Youth." After nearly three million Spotify streams, Satica is prepping for the release of her debut four-track EP, Drippin.

"I've always been fascinated by the power of lust and how it can cause such irrational and nonsensical behavior," Satica said of "Dysfunctional" in a release. "The story I created behind this song revolves around two characters who are absolutely disgusted with each other's' personalities, but are undeniably physically attracted to one another despite this. They come to the conclusion that they are nothing more than a pair of dysfunctional people in a volatile relationship." Listen below, and watch for Satica to release Drippin October 20.

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