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This Kaytranada-Produced Track Is The Perfect Inspirational Song For 2019

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Nicole Musoni premieres "Die with Me" video exclusively via NYLON

Canadian artist Nicole Musoni has always lived and breathed music—she's the daughter of Évariste Musoni, a popular Rwandan artist, and her brother is a producer who goes by Musoni—so it was only a matter of time before she made a name for herself with her solo music. Today, she premieres the visuals for her single "Die With Me," a Kaytranada-produced track, exclusively via NYLON.

Musoni tells us: "'Die With Me' is a tale of taking a gamble in life, dropping everything in pursuit of something greater and fulfilling."

View the Christophe Chamberland-directed, retro-inspired visuals for "Die With Me," below.

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