WSTRN Got A Summer Smash On Their Hands With “Maggie & Stardawg”

WSTRN is back with another new track.

BYAron A.
WSTRN Got A Summer Smash On Their Hands With “Maggie & Stardawg”blur mask

English collective WSTRN has been delivering summer anthems to get everyone through the heat. With July a few days away, WSTRN came through with a brand new single titled, "Maggie & Stardawg." WSTRN is pure dancehall vibes with tinges of afrobeat scattered throughout the song. Haile comes through with yet another stand-out performance on the track before Louis Rei pulls up with a smooth flow on the second verse. It's another infectious single from the English group.

Their new single serves as their follow-up to "Medusa" that arrived earlier this year and featured Unknown T. Given the release of their new singles, it seems promising that they're working towards the follow-up to their 2018 project, DOU3LE 3AK. Keep your eyes peeled for more new music from WSTRN.

Quotable Lyrics
Maggie and Stardawg
And da gyallie in da passanger
Just da callin mi one

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