R&B Artist And Rapper Audrey Nuna Releases New Single ‘Damn Right‘ | Music News
Korean-American R&B vocalist and rapper Audrey Nuna has shared her brand new single “damn right” with accompanied visuals. The single is a first insight into her upcoming EP, due to come later this fall.
With her unique style, that combines Contemporary R&B, Electro Pop and Rap in an exciting way, the 21-year old artist already gained a lot of attention. Back in June Audrey was named of Pigeons & Planes Best New Artists, was a featured artist in the Dazed100 list and on other tastemakers likes.
Furthermore she was the first first female Korean-American R&B act to break into mainstream culture and singer Rosé from Black Pink and Madelaine Petsch from Riverdale are known as enthusiastic fans of the young talent.
About “damn right” she says, “It’s satire. I wrote this song about how much people love to talk shit. I find it amusing when people spend time talking shit about people who don’t even know they exist.”
When she and her producer Nate met she felt surrounded by this kind of energy. “We actually made “damn right” that same day – went to a corner cafe and I tried mole tacos for the first time. He made a majority of the beat in 10 minutes.” she says about the process behind the tune.
The visuals showcase a literal translation of the lyrics. “It was my first-time bathing in milk, and I had such a great time styling the fits. We shot it in a creepy, abandoned house in Brooklyn from the 60s where nuns and priests used to live“ she explains about the shoot.
Listen to the out standing R&B track below and watch the accompanied visuals!
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