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Kids

by Anja Kotar

Anja Kotar brings youthful pop music to the forefront of the millennial generation with her latest single, “Kids”.
Genre: Pop: Today's Top 40
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Album Notes
Adopting the classic pop formula of upbeat tempos and synthesizers, Kotar lays out
the mantra of the new year for everyone: “We’re just kids!” The song captures the
joyful innocence of pop music through its catchy chorus and message of unity.
“‘Kids’ serves as an exposition to the millennial generation. It looks at our
relationship with each other, to the world around us, and ultimately, technology and
how that affects us as we’re ‘being young and engaged in the modern age,” explains
Kotar. The song, produced and mixed by Josh Leibhson, includes layered vocal
tracks that create an influential choir of voices chanting, “We’re just kids!”
Hailing from the Silicon Valley, Anja Kotar drew from its idiosyncratic themes and
evaluated the intricacies of young adulthood. “The song lyrics refer to common
denominators among young adults my age: from our obsession with nostalgia and
using it as escapism to get away from the current socio-political climate, to
communicating with our friends online, but never actually taking the time to meet
them in person,” says Kotar. “Kids” shines a positive light on the modern day
technological dependency that now encompasses the traditional coming of age
story.

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