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April 26, 2019

Mia Gladstone: “Baby Don’t Worry”

By: Jack Anderson

Rest assured, Mia Gladstone is NOT just a blip on your radar. The eccentric singer-producer has been dropping singles for the past couple years and between her vivacious personality and uncompromising lyrics, Gladstone is pop-R&B beast. And while her singles may be spread out in terms of release dates, when you listen to them together you really feel the cohesiveness within this young up-and-comer, whose style walks a tightrope between upbeat and chill.

This Wednesday Mia Gladstone shared her third single of 2019 in advance of an upcoming EP. It’s just as impressive as the rest of Gladstone’s burgeoning discography and benefits not only from a message of self-acceptance but also a flute performance by Cautious Clay. Put yourself in the weekend mindset and burn off the stress with “Baby Don’t Worry”!


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