She Loves Boon Connects with Hadji Gaviota on  "Chef's Kiss"

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She Loves Boon doesn't stick to one sound or style. And while each song sounds different than the last, they all share infectious hooks and his magnetic personality. The New York native has been continually subverting expectations with singles such as  "For The Weekend," an electronic pop track takes elements from the hyperpop scene and makes them more digestible for a contemporary pop audience.  

She Loves Boon follows up his recent success by teaming up with fellow up-and-comer Hadji Gaviota. Gaviota has been making a name for himself with his easygoing, alternative pop tracks and thoughtful songwriting. The style of the two artists merge perfectly on their new single  "Chef's Kiss."

The track is a colorful and upbeat homage to adolescence. She Loves Boon's hook on the track is his most memorable to date and Hadji Gaviota's verse fits the lighthearted tone.

"The song is honestly meant to take this idea of a cute phrase like "chef's kiss" and expound into a full teen angst ballad," She Loves Boon tells us.  "Chef's Kiss" further solidifies She Loves Boon and Hadji Gaviota as pioneers in the underground pop scene who aren't afraid to jump between genre and style.  

Listen to  "Chef's Kiss" below:

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