Yuna ‘Nocturnal’ Live in Singapore + ticket giveaway!
Who said Asians artistes can’t make it big in America? Possessing soulful vocals that some have compared to the likes of Adele and Norah Jones, Malaysian singer-songwriter Yuna perked up the ears of many when she made her American debut. And great news for Singaporeans – she’s making a return to the little red dot for a concert on 24 February 2014 at The Esplanade Concert Hall! This will be the second time Yuna is performing here, bringing her hits from her album ‘Nocturnal’. Between the last time she was here and the present, Yuna has been making her way up in the international scene with no signs of slowing down. She recently performed live on Jimmy Kimmel’s show, further proving how much she has to offer that the world has yet to find out.
‘Nocturnal’, Yuna’s latest gem of an album, contains 11 fresh originals that deliver Yuna’s gentle charms, including “Falling,” produced by Robin Hannibal of Quadron and the soul-pop group Rhye; the effervescent, uplifting “Rescue,” produced by English pop auteur Chris Braide; the breezy, upbeat “I Wanna Go,” produced by Michael Einziger of Incubus; and the hauntingly bittersweet “Someone Who Can,” produced by Chad Hugo of the Neptunes.
We’re excited to announce that we have 5 ‘Nocturnal’ CDs that are up for grabs, as well as a pair of concert and meet & greet tickets to see Yuna! To find out how to win a copy, like us on https://www.facebook.com/ActuallySG and watch out for our announcement soon!
Universal Music Singapore Presents
Title: Yuna ‘Nocturnal’ Live in Singapore
Venue: The Esplanade Concert Hall
Date: Monday 24th February 2014
Tickets: $68, $88, $118 (+ $3 SISTIC Fee)
Tickets available via SISTIC: http://sistic.com.sg
Text by: Arynah Aminuddin
Images courtesy of Universal Music Singapore
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