Wiki.P is a singer-songwriter and pop artist. Her sense of youth is adorned by frames and dipping fringes of darkness. She presents quite the sophisticated pallet for a sixteen year old artist, both in conception and execution. Putting novel spins to themes like jealousy, insecurity, loneliness, and strangeness, her music gains relevance through narrative. In ‘Everyone Loves Her’, her latest single, Wiki.P portrays a picture of the outlier looking in. The dark undercurrent of the song lifts beautifully into the song, effervescing into the listener. Listeners of Melanie Martinez, Lorde, Tove Lo, and Billie Eilish are sure to enjoy the despondently destructive blooms of this track.

iTunes Artwork for 'Everyone Loves Her... - Single (by Wiki.P)'

The entirety of the soundscape is plugged into the vocal current. Her smoky rendition, infused with mild accents of anger, jealousy, and vengeance commands the flow of the track. However, all of this is shrouded by the limiting miasma of melancholy, insecurity, and dejection. The protagonist is not a reliable narrator. This mercurial pendulum warps reality and a sense of truth. Beautifully portraying the fragility and sensitivity of a teenager’s mind, this track gives us a fascinating perspective on growing pains. Listen Now!

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘Everyone Loves Her’ by WIKI.P here –