Solo Woods – “H2O”

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Following two excellent singles by the Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter and musician, Solo Woods recently dropped a funky, uptempo number called “H20.” This delectable, Prince-homaging tune is a metaphor for sexual fluidity, as made clear in the song’s opening lines, “She got a woman, he got a man/ What you are is what you understand/ Just think it over, and over again/ And open up your mind to it.” Using gender neutral pronouns, Woods is never crystal clear about the object of his affection. 

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Angel E. Fraden

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