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The Best Pop Song of the Year Is Written From The Perspective of Al Pacino as Transgender Vampire

The Best Pop Song of the Year Is Written From The Perspective of Al Pacino as Transgender Vampire

If you haven’t become obsessed with Grimes’ new album "Art Angels" in the four days since its come out, we suggest you do so ASAP. And a good way to start would be with album highlight "Kill V. Maim" — which is arguably one of the (if not the) most danceable songs of the year. And it has a hell of a background story. 

According to this interview with Q Magazine, the song is written from the
perspective of Al Pacino in "The Godfather Pt 2" — "except
he’s a vampire who can switch gender and travel throught space."

Keep that in mind as you listen below:

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