“I can be good sometimes, I’m a cheap queen. I can be what you like and I can be bad sometimes” King Princess confesses on her experimental new single. ‘Cheap Queen’ is a continuation of her ever growing indie-pop sound that has been gaining shape since her debut EP, ‘Make my Bed’. Whilst this may not be her most vulnerable track yet, it taps into a bold storytelling that is complimented by a big production. It sonically sits somewhere between ‘Talia’ and ‘Pussy Is God’ with it’s offbeat pop production and indie polish. Opening the song with the line; “I’ve been alright. I’ve just been doing the same shit I’ve always liked. Like smoking and movies and homies who bring me win”, she reflects on the aftermath of a goodbye. She admits that she’s okay even though deep down she is still hurting but trying to mask that. It’s a very strong contrast that shows the vulnerable side as well as an empowered side that wants to move on and share that experience. It’s a song that will grow on you with each listen. It’s not as impactful as her previous singles but it has the potential to get stuck in your head and become a playlist favourite.