AUDREY NUNA Releases New Single ‘Blossom.’ Announces New Project ‘a liquid breakfast’ Coming May 21

Rising R&B artist and rapper Audrey Nuna follows ‘Space’ with her latest soon-to-be smash titled ‘Blossom’ out today on all digital platforms. The track comes with the exciting announcement of a larger body of work on the way, called ‘a liquid breakfast.’ Available to PRE-ORDER/SAVE/ADD, ‘a liquid breakfast’ features 10 original tracks, including critically acclaimed ‘Comic Sans,’ ‘damn Right,’ ‘Space’ as well as ‘Blossom’ and will see its global release on May 21 via Arista Records.
On ‘Blossom,’ Audrey Nuna shares: “Blossom is a song about growing up. My grandma recently told me about her childhood and how she had to flee a war by foot. I’m happy I was able to put her voice in the outro.” Listen to ‘Blossom’ HERESpeaking on ‘a liquid breakfast,’ the 22-year-old artist shares: “’a liquid breakfast’ is a project about being a loner and the liberation that it came with for me. it’s my journal from the last year and a half. There’s a lot of different sounds and sides of myself I’ve captured and collected over the months I was driving around the suburbs of Jersey. A lot of this project was written in a car or against the smell of birthday cake candles and food cooking in the room over.” 
Also revealed today, Audrey’s Vevo DSCVR live performances of ‘Space’ and ‘Blossom,’ showcasing Audrey Nuna’s skills as an undeniably enigmatic performer, vocalist, rapper and lyricist. Watch ‘Blossom’ HERE. Watch ‘Space’ HERE.
A first-generation Korean-American and welcomed ambassador for her culture, Nuna hangs her hat on the value of her work first while embracing the responsibility of representing Korean Americans and women in pop music. “My identity as a Korean American is an important part of who I am, and it’s going to leak into whatever I make regardless so it’s not something I need to consistently remind people. Normalizing that energy and that culture is really what’s important to me. For the first time, push a face like mine into the mainstream, but do that while never compromising my creativity. Always remembering to push boundaries creatively – that comes first for me – and it’s the right time for it.”

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