LAW, the Queen of Vent, is back with a musical treat that's sure to captivate listeners from New York to Louisville and beyond. On September 15th, 2023, LAW is set to release her latest single, “Wawa,” featuring the talented artist 2KBaby.
This upcoming release follows a summer filled with remarkable milestones for LAW, including her “On The Radar” interview, a mesmerizing freestyle performance over Rick Ross and Wale's “Diced Pineapples” beat, and a breathtaking live rendition of “Why Me” that left audiences in awe.
“Wawa” takes its name from the iconic convenience chain and weaves a narrative of chance encounters and immediate attraction. The track's lyrics beautifully capture the essence of a serendipitous meeting that can change the course of one's life.
The collaboration between LAW and 2KBaby isn't just about two artists coming together; it's about two regions, New York and Louisville, joining forces to create something magical. Each artist brings their unique perspective and influences to the table, resulting in a track that celebrates the best of both worlds.
One of the standout features of “Wawa” is the remarkable vocal chemistry between LAW and 2KBaby. Their harmonious exchange of croons and riffs, set against a smooth, polished beat, creates a musical experience that effortlessly envelops listeners.
“Wawa” is the perfect finale to LAW's “Summer of Law” campaign that began in July. Her previous hits, including “Switch It Up,” “Buss It Down,” and “Act Like You Know,” have garnered widespread attention and solidified her position as an artist on the rise.
As summer transitions into autumn, fans of Alternative R&B and Melodic Trap can look forward to the release of “Wawa” on September 15th, 2023. LAW's ability to effortlessly bridge regions and genres promises a musical journey that transcends boundaries
Stay tuned for the release of “Wawa,” and prepare to be entranced by LAW's unique sound and storytelling. With each release, LAW continues to push creative boundaries, leaving us eagerly anticipating her next move.