East London native, Malunga returns today with yet another slice of new music to help melt your troubles away. On her latest RnB Acoustic track, ‘Fly’, the soul-pop artist pesents a more mellow and reflective mood, showcasing her ability to move effortlessly through styles in her songwriting, as she follows on from the upbeat garage vibes of her previous single ‘Toy’, released last month.
“’Fly’ is a reminiscent song about my dreams as a child and the natural changes that happen in time. It’s about holding onto the belief that anything is possible.”
This new track takes its cue from a reflective, vulnerable, and positive lyricism that is Malunga’s innate talent. “’Fly’ is a reminiscent song about my dreams as a child and the natural changes that happen in time” she says. “It’s about holding onto the belief that anything is possible.”
Malunga first burst onto the scene as a teenager in 2015, with her debut EP Exhibit A, having first honed her writing and performing credentials as a Roundhouse Resident Artist. She has gone on to independently release a body of work that demonstrates her powerhouse vocals and intimate storytelling. In particular, fan-favourite ‘Learning To Love’ has continued to grow, through collaboration with the RNCM orchestra. She has also gained the support of National Radio from the likes of Toddla T (Radio 1) and Jamz Supernova (Radio 1xtra), and continues to collaborate as an artist whilst pushing boundaries within her work.
‘Fly’ is out now.
Photo: Emma Yese