Monday, 18 July 2016 10:34

Vanity Fair: The Story Behind That Song from the "Orange is the New Black Premiere"

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Funny things can happen when you hit the Spotify charts. This morning we heard a new song with an irresistable title -- "Motherfucker got Fucked Up."

In a case of being able to judge a book by its cover, this song is awesome (play song in Spotify player below).

And we're not the only ones who think so, music supervisors around the world agree. At least, the ones who run the synchs for the Netflix series "Orange is the New Black." It turns out this song plays a key role in the Season 4 premiere.

Read what Hillary Busis had to say about this placement, and the intriguing artist behind it, right here.

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