Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna finally unveils the music video of her 1st single from her upcoming 4th international album which she has been working on for the past 2 years.
Titled “Forevermore”, the 32-year-old singer has been teasing fans with clips of the single on her social media, and now the official video is finally out on YouTube!
Shot entirely in Malaysia, the video features strong and rich vibes of Malaysian culture which is captured aesthetically to the point that you don’t even realise that some of the scenes are filmed in Malaysia.
Thanks to the amazing direction and vision from Yuna’s husband Adam Sinclair, the music video even makes an old petrol station at Kangar, Perlis look so chic and classy.
Also, rather than showing the usual skyscrappers in Kuala Lumpur, Yuna takes a different approach by showcasing a different side of Malaysia – the countryside AKA kampung side.
The Kedah-born singer certainly takes it to the next level when it comes to promoting Malaysian multiracial culture to the world.
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#yunaforevermore out everywhere, honestly. Stream it @spotifyasia and buy it @itunes. If u like it share it with your friends, family, aunties, uncles, teachers, students, bosses, co-workers, babies, baby mamas.. i love you guys. thanks for the endless support! it took a while. but we out here now🔥 Thank you @robinhannibal for being patient with me, making an old malay poetry melody into a song…you did that!!! #teamyuna2019
“Forevermore” is now available on all music platforms including Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, Apple Music, Pandora, SoundCloud, and more.