Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna just dropped Y2, the second installment of her five-part EP series that will collectively make up her next full-length album: Y5.
Yuna explains that the theme of her new three-song project narrates the process of healing from heartbreak. Not only is Yuna’s songwriting and soulful vocals on display in this project, but she added that she has production credits on each song.
“I discovered something new about myself… that I can produce. Now I don’t have to depend on anyone else for music – I can do things myself. I got really inspired by that. There’s something very powerful about being an independent artist.”
Y2’s lead single is the catchy “Make A Move,” which she describes as “You know that even if this person knows your name, it’s not enough to spark something real, you have to make the first move to talk to him/him or do something before it’s too late or before the situation becomes a ‘could-have-been’.”
Check out “Make A Move”, “Girl U Used 2 Know”, and “24 Hours” off of Y2 below.
Cover Photo Courtesy of Yuna's Instagram