Combining her fierce vocal finesse with a highly-charged trap beat, half Danish, half Senegalese artist Kinck's “Hunger Pains” is a defiant anthem in the face of adversity.
Earning studio time with a number of talented producers including Nate Donmoyer (Kelela), Maths Time Joy (Mahalia), and Yakob (6lack), Kinck crafts ferocious songs bursting with unreserved sincerity. “Hunger Pains” is no different, saturating R&B infused pop melodies with the artist's distinct vocal lilts.
"I wrote 'Hunger Pains' right before New Year’s when I was contemplating how I wanted 2019 to be different from last year” Kinck explains. “I’m not a big believer in new years’ resolutions, so I see this track more as an affirmation - if I sing it enough I’ll manifest things to change. I’m happy with what I accomplished last year but there was a heaviness there that made things seem harder than they should - for me anyways.”
Listing off her expectations for the New Year, the artist is unapologetically herself. The track's heavy rhythms and fearless trap tempos boldly take charge, as Kinck leads the way for the self-esteem revolution.