Until last week it was another song from Kajsa Grytt’s upcoming album that was supposed to be released yesterday. But after the essential #metoo and #närmusikentystnar campaigns flared up seriously, Kajsa hit the breaks. If she was releasing one song now it had to be Mina Girls. Like a soundtrack to women that are now talking with a strong and united voice about how the shame should be placed where it belongs.
Hypnotized kraut-epos Mina Girls is from the beginning written on a beach in Mexico, based on a missing and concrete picture of how Kajsa and her crew own the streets of Stockholm. Or “honk the street” like Kajsa herself would say.
A text that is private and thus it makes it universal.
A song that doesn’t refer to abuse, but loves and raises women.
The album “Kniven i hjärtat” (The knife in the heart) will be released the 13th of April 2018 by Kajsa’s own label.
Together with Martin Ehrencrona, Kajsa has created a big, lyrical and romantic album of its own character. An album with stories and scenes where dreams and expectations meet life’s reality. A solid work of art and a reflection of time immobility and a woman in constant development.
“The voice would come closer, the stories would be in focus, it would be elegant and clean. The music would reinforce the image and story. The song would be like a character in a movie scene and the music would be the environment and set design” Kajsa herself tells.
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Isabelle is one of our Editors and Social Media Content Creators. Originally from the south of Sweden, she has lived all over Brazil, in Paris and is now based in the capital of Scandinavia. She may seem shy at first but she's more than just bold in her fashion choices. Isabelle is one of those who can go out for some late night deep house dancing by themselves when the rest of us is too lazy.
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