URBAN FU$E has quickly proven to be a mainstay in the music world. The International supergroup brings a flavorful new track to the table this week with their new single “Runaway,” which premiered on Aesthetic Magazine.
Songwriter, director and producer Suzanna Lam gives a bit of insight behind the single, stating:
“I was inspired by a true story I saw on Youtube that happened back in the 60’s or 70’s in which a beautiful actress was caught cheating on her husband and caused quite a scandal, especially for the guy who was a well known songwriter in the entertainment industry. In the true story the guy (the husband) was broken hearted, cried, pleaded to her in public to come back to him with the kids and he would forgive her but she never did probably too embarrassed. There are well-known documented youth suicides as a result of social media bullies. The cause of suicide is due to embarrassment caused by these on line bullies.
We intentionally have a male vocalist on the track because we feel crying is a very natural process when someone is hurt physically and emotionally so it doesn’t matter if you’re a boy or a girl, you have the ability to cry and that’s OK, not a taboo as in “boys don’t cry” kind of attitude that most people believe. Hopefully through this song boys are more accepted to cry because it’s not healthy to hold things back inside and boys pretend to be strong.
Crying is just a way for the body to re-balance the chemicals in the body when it goes through an emotional shock so there is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about it. That’s why we had female rapper coming on the track in verse 3 to tell him just that message.”
“Runaway,” is taken from Urban Fu$e’s upcoming EP, out Spring 2019.