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Rising European Duo Boye & Sigvardt Have Karma On Their Side

Rising European Duo Boye & Sigvardt Have Karma On Their Side
Chad Hirsch

It seems these days that age doesn’t matter at all when it comes to making music. Boye & Sigvardt, who I will refer to as B&G, are a young duo from Denmark. While only being 17 & 18 years young, they’ve managed to take the music scene in Copenhagen by storm. Their latest single “Karma” is nothing but pure bliss from start to finish. This track has a pretty important message for all the guys out there, myself included. Cherish what you’ve got because once it’s gone, well…thats karma. The marimbas, drum beat, and vocals work together perfectly to create a warm and “beachy” vibe for the track. 10/10 adding to my pregame playlist.

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Chad Hirsch
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Huge fan of electronic music and everything that surrounds it. Born and raised near Chicago.

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