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Madame Gandhi Debuts New Single ‘Set Me Free’ During Billboard Live At-Home Performance

Madame Gandhi performed a new song “Set Me Free” during her Billboard Live At-Home set Thursday (July 30) that raised money for the Downtown Women’s Center.

“Set Me Free” comes from her upcoming album Vibrations. She sang the groovy, downtempo track into a bright yellow microphone that perfectly paired with her Beats headphones. The electronic musician/drummer/activist constantly fights for gender liberation in her music, so a song titled “Set Me Free,” which focuses on being free from a toxic relationship rather than an oppressive system, is completely fitting.

While performing in New York City, where she says she grew up learning to play the drums, the 31-year-old artist orally imitated the instrument on her unreleased track by repetitively singing “ra-ka-ka-ka-ka-ka-ka-ti-ki-too.”

Watch Madame Gandhi’s whole Billboard Live At-Home performance below, and donate to the Downtown Women’s Center here.

Madame Gandhi Billboard Live At-Home Performance | Fundraiser for the Downtown Women’s Center

It’s Madame Gandhi and I’m teaming up with Billboard to raise money for Downtown Women’s Center with a Billboard Live At-Home performance! ️ Watch now and drop your questions, requests and donations below!

Posted by Billboard on Thursday, July 30, 2020

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