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After teasing fans with some seriously grabby cover art earlier this week, today Wynne, one of Portland's most viral rappers, dropped a fire single via Fader that's worthy of multiple flame emojis. The song's about keeping her haters at bay, self-isolation, and paving her own unique path in the music industry. In her interview with Fader, Wynne says "I’m confronting my identity as hip-hop’s poison apple. It’s sort of my offer to quarantine myself."

Over the last month or so, Wynne has been steadily rolling out new moves: a music video for "Buzzer" featuring a cameo from Dame Lillard, an appearance at the BET Hip-Hop Awards, and now "Don't Touch," with a dark beat produced by Jonah Christian. On the track, Wynne sounds like she's coming into her own as far as her vocal delivery and flow are concerned. It's her most focused single yet, and from the looks of the reaction from the Twitterverse, the fans are digging it too.