She Loves Boon Subverts Expectation on  "For The Weekend"

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New York City native, She Loves Boon, embodies the rebellious and DIY attitude of the hyperpop community, while still leaning on pop and alternative influences. These inspirations create a sound and style that few other artists can effectively replicate. She Loves Boon gives new perspective to classic alternative and hip-hop sounds but repurposes them for the underground hyperpop scene which is characterized by loud and abrasive electronic instrumentation.

She Loves Boon is back with his signature brand of genre-fusing production in the single "For The Weekend." The track is a bright and glitchy take on contemporary hip hop, but with the sonic aesthetics of the underground hyperpop scene. “For The Weekend" is most memorable for She Loves Boon's charismatic delivery and high energy, which have been consistent on every track in his discography.

She Loves Boon is paving his own path while effortlessly tying together a variety of influences. His unique visual aesthetic paired with his magnetic personality on each track make him an exciting newcomer that you should definitely check out.

Watch and stream "For The Weekend" by She Loves Boon below:

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