There seems to be much improvisation from her early hits such as “Walk” and “Ouuuu” have been gently placed aside, as M.A. explores a different path altogether. Though “Wahlinn” doesn’t live up to the heights of the aforementioned two singles, it’s still cool to see M.A. evolving as an artist, rounding out her toolkit in new and exciting ways.
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