Craving (Standard Ed.)

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Ali Young is a Filipino Neo-soul singer. Ali is the first southeast Asian act to use NFT as a distribution channel for her debut track Craving. The song is about liberation & freedom from the idea that only men are supposed to make moves to get what they want. In today’s world, women should be able to express how they feel without being judged. This is the Standard edition of Ali Young's Craving. Recorded at Kerplunk Studios. Written by Choi Padilla, Errol Apacible, Alibatta.
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NFT Time: 13 July 2021 - TBA
Dates: Start: 13 July 2021
End actual: 31 Aug 2021
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