The track itself sees Adi discuss her journey as an artist, her vision and opinion on a number of topics, voicing her attitude to peoples opinions of her and more importantly her response. Thankfull Adi know how to “Work It”, something which is backed up via her latest audio and visual display.
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Born and raised in Jerusalem, Adi now resides in Tel Aviv and released her debut EP Hurricane Girl back in August 2013. Since then Adi Ulmansky has landed praise from a host of music tastemakers, including the likes of Independent and Mixmag, Guardian.
Adi has also had praise from her fellow music peers, consequently serving as a warm up act for Disclosure during the Electronic duos show at London XOYO venue in March last year (as part of Lorena B). Adi also has performances at Prague's United Islands festival and Israel's Pride Festival under belt– performing in front of an astonishing 100,000 people, her largest live crowed performance to date.
Adi notes key influences from the sounds of electronica, stemming from her childhood, musically influenced by her older brother, something that later led her to branding herself as a rock metal kid.
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