Khi Infinite Proves He's Here to Stay on "SOMETIMES"

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Virginia native Khi Infinite steadily built momentum last year with alternative hip-hop and R&B singles  "DEEP END" and  "LUCY." Both tracks show two different sides of the artist, but they share infectious hooks and a magnetic personality. Khi Infinite is back to flexing his versatility and solidifying himself as an artist with a strong creative vision on his newest track  "SOMETIMES."

"SOMETIMES" is a laid back and moody R&B track that capitalizes on the momentum Khi Infinite has been gaining. Produced by Palace Hill, the track once again shows the artists ability to adapt over different instrumentals. The beat is relatively skeletal which gives Infinite room to command the track with his vocal performance and songwriting.

"For me, this song serves as a reminder to always stay present and tells a story of finding a balance and alignment with a whole other individual along with yourself" says Khi Infinite. His introspective songwriting, vocal versatility, and catchy hooks make Khi Infinite an exciting new artist that you should definitely get familiar with.

Listen to  "SOMETIMES" by Khi Infinite below:

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