Leah Kate is a singer-songwriter based in New York City. Not too long ago, she released a poppin’ pop tune, entitled, “WTF?”.

Leah Kate – “WTF?”

“I want to remind girls and anyone not to let someone make you think that YOU did something. Sometimes you have to make light of situations and know that it is not meant to be. Sometimes, you just have to laugh at situations and realize it’s just your ego talking, you probably don’t really give a f**k, be strong.” – Leah Kate

‘WTF?’ tells an interesting tale of a young woman who doesn’t understand why a guy who she used to push away is now taking too much time to reply to her text messages.

Apparently, his non-responsive ways have gotten under her delicate skin, and now she’s a tad bit insecure, confused, and obsessed.

But this is so unlike her. Usually, she’s in control, but this time she has finally met her match, and he’s inside her head and causing her to sweat.

‘WTF?’ contains a relatable storyline, ear-welcoming vocals, and lush instrumentation flavored with glossy electronic synths and playful tones.

Leah Kate – “WTF?” single

Leah Kate – “WTF?” artwork

Leah Kate is a true embodiment of her IDGAF attitude. She grew up in Los Angeles and later relocated to New York City, where she found success.

So far, her music has amassed hundreds of thousands of streams online via Spotify.

We recommend adding Leah Kate’s “WTF?” single to your personal playlist. Also, let us know how you feel about it in the comment section below.


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