12 Songs, 57 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Los Angeles-based trio combine warm synth textures, rich vocal harmonies, and an anything-can-happen attitude on their heady, self-produced debut. Quiet Storm sultriness and the pillowy softness of dream pop intermingle on tracks like the otherworldly “Love Song” and the swaying “Right One”; romantic victory lap “The Greatest” calls back to R&B’s past while keeping an eye trained on its possibilities. Colossal yet feather-light, KING’s meticulously crafted music breathes new life into soul.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Los Angeles-based trio combine warm synth textures, rich vocal harmonies, and an anything-can-happen attitude on their heady, self-produced debut. Quiet Storm sultriness and the pillowy softness of dream pop intermingle on tracks like the otherworldly “Love Song” and the swaying “Right One”; romantic victory lap “The Greatest” calls back to R&B’s past while keeping an eye trained on its possibilities. Colossal yet feather-light, KING’s meticulously crafted music breathes new life into soul.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
221 Ratings

221 Ratings

e.logik ,

Stunningly beautiful

Euphoric, warm, engaging, angelic. I can listen to it from start to finish-no filler. These ladies are a perfect example of how incredible R&B is. Let the accolades begin

Harlem4 ,

The best album Janet Jackson never made :-)

Outstanding production and musicianship; "hey" was my wedding first dance with my wife so I'm admittedly biased -- look forward to being a fan for a long time!

handsomer ,

Almost Here

Been (not so patiently) waiting for a full-length album from KING for years now, and I’m so excited to almost have it here! Their music fills a void in alternative R&B, because it's both very current and also very obviously influenced by earlier soul and funk musicians. I’m excited to hear even more work from them!

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