‘Somebody That I Used to Know’ singer Kimbra unrecognizable after raunchy makeover

With her 2011 duet Somebody That I Used to Know, she had one of the biggest pop hits in music history alongside Gotye.

But Kiwi singer Kimbra is completely unrecognizable these days after a fancy makeover.

The New Zealand-born singer, now 32, recently returned to the music scene with the adult music video for her new single Replay.

Before and after: Kiwi singer Kimbra is unrecognizable these days (right) compared to when she was famous in 2011 (left)

The clip for the electropop track features the star in lace stockings and a g-string bodysuit that leaves little to the imagination.

At one point, she spreads her legs wide for the camera to show a closeup of her crotch.

She licks her lips and angrily rips her clothes off, at one point coming perilously close to baring her bare breasts.

The powerful voice of the singer is also distorted with various vocal effects to match the aggressive production.

The New Zealand-born singer recently returned to the music scene with the adult music video for her new single Replay. Pictured above

Longtime fans were stunned by Kimbra’s new style, with hundreds flocking to YouTube and social media to cheer on her transformation.

“So much admiration for Kimbra for constantly pushing herself artistically as she has been,” gushed one. “She’s absolutely such a fun musician to follow because she’s so incredibly talented.”

“It feels like a real expression of her sexuality — she’s not just doing what society unanimously considers sexy,” added another.

In a lengthy post on Instagram earlier this month, Kimbra explained that the song and video were about expressing female “anger.”

The clip for the electropop track features the star in lace stockings and a g-string bodysuit that leaves little to the imagination

At one point, she spreads her legs wide for the camera to show a closeup of her crotch

“This song and accompanying music video is all about the imperatives of the mind and how, despite all this noise, we CAN find strength and agency again,” she explained.

The Kiwi hitmaker is now an independent artist after parting ways with her record label after they couldn’t agree on the direction she wanted to go in.

“It was a really scary time in my life because they wanted to extend my album deal from six albums to a freaking eight album deal and pick the producers and I just couldn’t let them do that,” she recently told the Daily Telegraph.

Kimbra rose to global fame in 2011 thanks to her collaboration with Gotye, Somebody That I Used to Know. Pictured with Gotye in 2013

“We were moving in different directions and it was clear we couldn’t continue working together.”

Her upcoming album, titled A Reckoning, will address some of her record company issues.

“Gun is definitely aimed at men in the music industry who used words in a contract to ‘set me free’ and then they weaponized me to the head and trapped me. I’m not really scared anymore and someone has to say this stuff, right?’ She said.

Kimbra poses in a sleek swimsuit on Instagram after her speedy makeover

Kimbra rose to global fame in 2011 thanks to her collaboration with Gotye, Somebody That I Used to Know.

The song topped the Billboard Hot 100 for eight weeks, eventually going fourteen times platinum.

Kimbra also found commercial success outside of Gotye with her hit single Cameo Lover and debut album Vows, both of which took home ARIA Awards.

The singer received multiple ARIA Awards for her hit single Cameo Lover. Pictured in 2011

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

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