What is perfect anyway? Music with a message is a good thing, especially when it’s relatable and human rather than lofty and preachy. Quirky upstart Bex follows up her lovably goofy “Life of the Party” with “What Your Are,” a tribute to embracing your true self. Focused on being real and not trying to aspire for unattainable perfection, it is seemingly the response to Rusko’s female wannabe flossy gangsta anthem “Dirty Sexy” (hence the catchy chant “dirty, sexy, ugly, perfect”). With a hybrid progressive electro production, “What You Are” sounds like it could be one of the tracks from Lady Gaga’s upcoming ‘ArtPop’ collection. Sporting tribal, high energy and electro mixes by the international talent of Brazilian Gustavo Scorpio, British Cutmore and Wayne G, and global supermodels Perry Twins, the song is already attracting the attention of the club DJs. “What You Are” makes a great Sunday Funday soundtrack for you to let go of all the pretension and let your freak flag fly, or simply show off all off you unstained parts.

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