Yuna releases loved-up new single ‘Invisible’

It picks up where her 2016 single ‘Crush’ featuring Usher left off

Yuna has released her new single ‘Invisible’ today (September 4).

In a statement on her official website, Yuna said ‘Invisible’ picks up where her 2016 single ‘Crush’, featuring American R&B singer Usher, left off.

“The song is about falling in love with someone, but the other person doesn’t see you. It’s about what that feels like to deal with those emotions,” she said.

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“Regardless, you keep falling for them and loving them from afar.”

Stream ‘Invisible’ below:

The Malaysian R&B artist had teased the song earlier this week, posting an image with the numbers “9/4” and the words “Yuna Invisible” to tease the impending release.

 

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She had also debuted the song in a live set for the California radio station KCRW, which also included a smoky cover of The White Stripes’ ‘Seven Nation Army’.

‘Invisible’ is a follow-up to ‘Stay Where You Are’ released in May, which was the first track Yuna released independently following her critically acclaimed album ‘Rouge’ under Verve Forecast Records and Universal Music Group in July 2019.

In August, former US First Lady Michelle Obama made a Spotify playlist that included the Yuna song ‘Pink Youth’, the collaboration between Yuna and British rapper Lil Simz. that appeared on ‘Rouge’

‘Pink Youth’ was among the list of songs by Beyoncé, Steve Lacy, Lianne La Havas, Teyana Taylor, Tank and the Bangas and other tracks on Obama’s playlist.

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