All things Kina wanted to tell

posted May 21, 2020 at 07:00 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Twenty-year-old Italian producer Kina has released his debut EP Things I Wanted To Tell You via Columbia Records.

All things Kina wanted to tell
Kina is a record producer from Naples who has already amassed 145 million streams on Spotify and continues to grow his fanbase worldwide.
The sonic storytelling of Kina continues with this raw and honest collection of songs detailing words left unsaid and feelings of regret as time passes by. Featuring the beloved “Get You The Moon” (Feat. Snøw), “Can We Kiss Forever?” (Feat. Adriana Proenza) and “Wish I Was Better” (Feat. Yaeow), Things I Wanted To Tell You also includes three brand new songs with guest vocals from Kina’s label-mate Au/Ra, darkpassengerxx and Pink Sweat$. See full tracklist below.

Things I Wanted To Tell You follows Kina’s viral plea “Can We Kiss Forever?” which has accumulated over 300 million combined streams to date and has seen an explosive reaction on TikTok with over 8 million videos posted using the track. Kina’s breakout hit “Get You The Moon,” which was praised by Idolator as a “moody chill-pop anthem,” was released in 2018 and continues to grow worldwide, amassing nearly 700 million global streams to date and achieving Platinum certification in the U.S, Australia, Canada and Sweden as well as Gold certification in Brazil and Mexico.

All things Kina wanted to tell

With a fervent following of new listeners each week, fans all over the world are connecting with Kina’s signature emotional, vibey sound. Signed to Columbia Records, Things I Wanted To Tell You is the debut EP from Kina.

Topics: Kina , Things I Wanted To Tell You , Can We Kiss Forever? , Columbia Records
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