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Songs We Love: BOSCO, 'Castles (feat. St. Beauty)'

In their catchy R&B collaboration, the Atlanta-based artists hesitate to give up crumbling relationships.
Source: Aaron Ramey

Advisory: The above video/song contains language that some may find offensive.

It's easy to see what drew BOSCO and St. Beauty together. They're both based in Atlanta; they have a knack for blending elements of — Brittany Bosco is the founder of , an agency created to support members of the DIY scene in her hometown of Savannah, Georgia, especially artists of color. ("Where an opportunity does not exist yet, we create it," SLUG's website reads.)

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