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M.I.A. Releases 'Matangi' Mix for Kenzo Fashion Show

Eight-minute track of new material set the mood for collection in Paris

M.I.A. performs live during the Etam Live Show Lingerie at Bourse du Commerce on February 26th, 2013 in Paris.
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March 3, 2013 6:55 PM ET

M.I.A. released an eight-minute mix of new material today as the soundtrack for the fashion house Kenzo's Fall/Winter 2013 collection at its Paris Fashion Week show. She also made the track available for streaming this morning on the website MatangiMixtape.comThe track shares a name with M.I.A.'s upcoming fourth album (the title references a Hindu goddess as well as M.I.A.'s birthname), and might give some hint of what to expect from Matangi. The new album is due sometime late this spring or summer. 

M.I.A., "Matangi Mix"

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