Nigerian-born singer-songwriter Myoa asks some thought-provoking questions in her song “Can A Stranger,” produced by Cobhams Asuquo and co-written by Mayowa Sobamowo.
“Could I find my way without the stop signs and red lights? / Can I just get by without me phone? / Can I find a friend without Facebook or my laptop? / Can a stranger lead me home?” she asks on the chorus.
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Initially, Myoa pursued a career in finance and settled into a lifestyle filled with stability and structure, but lacked what she loved most; her music. Resigning from her job in England, she packed her bags and moved to the Los Angeles and enrolled at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, leading to a highly- coveted internship at the world’s largest music company, Universal Music Group.
Regarding her simplistic vocal style, she explains, “I can’t be someone that I’m not. My voice and my music come from God, and there’s no sense in trying sing songs that don’t speak to me or reflect what’s in my soul.”
Currently, Myoa lives in Houston, Texas and performs live with her band at the local venues.
“Can A Stranger” is from Myoa’s album, Beautiful Journey.