Jensen McRae Reintroduces Herself On 'Who Hurt You?' : World Cafe : World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN More than her viral hit and Phoebe Bridgers parody "Immune," McRae has a unique, perceptive ear and a way with words.

Jensen McRae Reintroduces Herself On 'Who Hurt You?'

Jensen McRae on World Cafe

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Set List

  • "Starting To Get To You"
  • "Wolves"
  • "Immune"
  • "Adam's Ribs"

Jensen McRae has a perceptive ear and a way with words, as evidenced by her song "Immune," a Phoebe Bridgers parody that became a viral hit. Her new EP, Who Hurt You? is out today. It proves that McRae is a unique, new voice that's much more than an online sensation.

In this episode, Jensen McRae talks about having lunch with a personal hero, going viral and what it's like to be a Black, mixed race woman playing folk music.