After working hard in the background, singer and songwriter Aunt Bourelly has returned to take her place at the forefront, bringing down her latest single “Wet”.
In collaboration with fellow Haitian producer SAK PASE, the Berlin-born hyphen firmly confirms itself as a star in its own right. In “Wet,” money is in the brain when Bourelly states, “I hope it rains, I’ll dance in the rain, and teach me strangers.”
The new single is set to appear on his upcoming studio album debut, which will arrive in a catalog decorated by three previous EPs with the last being Boy 2017 (In Studio). Until the project is finished, familiarize yourself with “Wet.”