Los Angeles-based Malaysian talent Yuna drops off the genre-bending, soul-stirring new single, “Forevermore,” and it’s a goodie. “‘Forevermore’ is a song that I wrote about …
Soulful Malaysian songstress Yuna and Canadian DJ/Producer Ekali come together for a lush EDM track called “Leaving.” The song tells a tale of acceptance when it comes to the …
In 2016, R&B songs took the lead on various conversations, whether it was politics, social issues, self-esteem quandaries, bullying, relationships, love and more. Veteran artists like Beyonce, Maxwell, John Legend, and Alicia Keys used their star power to convey an abundance of messages and inspiration through song.
Today (Oct. 26), singer-songwriter Yuna releases the official video for her track “Poor Heart,” off her recent studio album, Chapters, which was released earlier this year.
Today (Sept 9th,) Yuna releases the official video for her track “Mannequin” from her latest album Chapters. The video opens with a couple waking up out of bed. They go about their day not saying one word to each other; are the on the verge of splitting up?
Today (Sept 2), Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna is the latest to be featured in the ABC Series “On The Record.” The Muslim songbird shares how her love of music gave her the courage to leave Malaysia and travel oversees to take her songwriting and craft to the next level.
Today (Aug. 17), Yuna officially announces her Fall 2016 North American tour. The Verve Records recording artist is set to make stops in D.C., Philadelphia, New York City, Boston and more.
In an interview with New York Magazine on Thursday (May 26), Yuna refuted the notion that Muslim women are oppressed when they dress modestly.
After dropping the behind-the-scenes teaser of “Crush” a few weeks ago, Malaysian singer-songwriter, entrepreneur and designer Yuna drops the official video today featuring Usher. The soothing black-and-white video shows the admiration between strangers as they pass by each other; Yuna and Usher stand by and provide the soundtrack.
Straying from her signature ambient, folksy sound, Yuna says in the BTS clip that she was inspired by the 90s vibe of TLC, Aaliyah, and Alicia Keys when “Crush” came to be.