Malaysia’s very own contemporary pop singer Yuna is back with a new Malay single 🙂

The new track, titled “Pulang”, is a collaboration between the California-based songstress and homegrown graffiti artist turned rapper, SonaOne.

Source: The Hive
Source: The Hive

“Pulang” is Yuna’s first Malay language song since the release of her last Malaysian album, “Material” (2015) and it is produced by AG Coco, Lincoln Jesser, and Fisticuffs’ Brian Warfield aka Bobby Coleslaw. The aforementioned producers have previously worked with Yuna on several different occasions before.

According to the “Crush” singer herself, the single is about “coming home”. Its in Malay, my native language, Pulang means ‘come home’. Dedicated to all you people in long distance relationships lol,” she wrote on Instagram.

SonaOne also took to his Facebook to share the new song, saying, “I am super happy about this collaboration with the ever-so wonderful, talented and beautiful Yuna for her new Malay single ‘Pulang’!” 

There isn’t any music video released yet, but you can listen to the soothing and heartfelt song below:

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UPDATE (25th November, 5:30pm):

The Malaysian duo has unveiled the music video for “Pulang” and we are starstruck (literally). The aesthetically-stunning video is directed by Adam Sinclair and it shows the SonaOne and Yuna against an series of galaxy-themed backdrops. 

Enjoy:

Best known for her unique organic blend of contemporary music and soulful R&B sounds, the Kedah-born pop singer-songwriter is currently preparing for her US tour in October.

“Pulang” is now available on iTunes and Spotify.

For more information, visit Yuna’s Facebook page, Twitter, Instagram and SonaOne’s Facebook page and Twitter.

Source: The Hive.

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Estee Ang
Love new experiences and the colour purple. Did I also mention that I am obsessed with K-pop as much as I am with food?