COBRAH SHARES NEW SINGLE ‘DIP N DRIP’ – LISTEN HERE
COBRAH is an incredible Stockholm based multi-disciplinary artist; a producer, singer, visual director, creating breathtaking dark, throbbing electro-pop, think Peaches meets Chicks On Speed meets Shygirl, and her visuals marry fetish, animé, cosplay fantasy shot through a hyper-real lens. She is part of a thriving, queer underground scene, putting music out on her own GAG BALL imprint and has toured with the likes of Charli XCX.
Today, Stockholm multi-hyphenate artist COBRAH returns in full force with pulsating new single ‘DIP N DRIP’, a dark and propulsive cyberpunk reflection on the age of technology. Drenched in metallic textures, its industrial nature and futuristic bounce are met with COBRAH’s rapid-fire vocals as title of the song repeatedly rolls off her tongue. But the magic of ‘DIP N DRIP’ is that all is not what it first appears, “it’s not actually sexual at all,” says COBRAH. “It’s more about how the struggle is real, how much of a fight it is to do all of this by myself.”
LISTEN TO ‘DIP N DRIP’ HERE
When COBRAH dropped single ‘IDFKA’ in 2019, it was met with rave reviews; paired with a Swedish Grammi-nominated video that lent a striking visual language to the song’s lyrical struggle for self-acceptance, it marked the arrival of a vivid new voice on the Swedish music scene. When she moved to Stockholm, the producer, singer, songwriter and visual artist immersed herself in the city’s queer and fetish scenes, a crucial breeding ground for the songs that would go on to form her thrillingly subversive and breathtakingly fresh debut EP, ICON, released via her own GAGBALL imprint. The five-track release was a deeply personal thirteen-minute, club-ready tour-de-force, celebrated by taste-makers, radio DJs and peers such as Charli XCX, who joined her onstage when she performed in the Swedish capital in 2019.
With ‘DIP N DRIP’, COBRAH is on a new path of self-confidence and is ready to dominate, expect to hear much more in the coming months.
Here some of her past key videos – there is a cybernetic vibe to the visual narrative too: