Wolfie – Drifting

By |2015-07-21T22:20:39+00:00July 21st, 2015|Categories: Music, R&B Music|Tags: |0 Comments

London’s Laura Wolfie has slowly been creeping on the blogosphere’s radar lately, and today she offers up the simple jam “Drifting.”

Produced by ADP (co-producer of Krept & Konan's "Freak Of The Week"), Wolfie sings about baggage of a past relationship: “Cause you were never enough for me / And it seems like you were never in love with me,” she sings on the second verse.

Wolfie grew up listening to artists such as The Specials, Bob Marley and The Jam, and is inspired by her Romani roots and spiritual ideologies.

“Drifting” follows the previously released buzz singles “I Be Ghost” and “Come Over”. Tell us what you think about Wolfie!

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