Nelson-born pop star Anna Robinson has had a pretty specular run since her first single 'Don't You Forget About Me' was released in 2017.
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In just the last few months alone, she's performed and been nominated at the Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards and graced the stage at iconic Kiwi festivals like Rhythm and Vines and Laneway.
Not to mention, her music has been streamed a casual 90 million times worldwide.
Sure to increase that colossal figure is her latest offering, 'Karma', a song that "explores the pain of early heartbreak" through the lens of some form of spiritual retribution.
Based on her wildly successful track record, it seems reasonable to assume Robinson's karmic rap sheet is fairly pristine - however, as a serious investigative journalist, I wanted to be sure.
"Karma's a bitch, and baby, she's ruthless," Robinson sings on the track - but just how ruthless is the lady behind the lyrics?
Check out the video to find out.