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Yuna’s New Album Y3 With “Risk It All” Music Video

Yuna has released Y3, the third of five capsule projects preceding her upcoming album Y5. It comprises three new songs, one of which has a visual accompaniment.

Along with the release of her third extended play (EP) of this year, titled ‘Y3,’ Yuna has also released a new music video for the song titled ‘Risk It All.’

There are hints of easygoing R&B throughout, with vocals that are airy and light, and gorgeous simple production that works wonderfully as a basis. The songs found on Y3 were created specifically for use in playlists geared at people who are going through a range of emotions related to love. The “Risk It All” song is accompanied with a music video, which was shot in Malibu and directed by Yuna’s husband Adam Sinclair.

The record was made available for download and stream on Friday the 8th of July, and it features the songs “Don’t Wanna Know,” “Risk It All,” and “Summer Love.” “Excited about Y3! I can’t believe I already have 3 parts of my album out.. 2 more to go,” Yuna said about the release in a tweet she posted the week before last about it.

Yuna’s upcoming album will be titled ‘Y5,’ and it will be comprised of a series of five micro-releases, of which ‘Y3’ is the third.

The pop musician released an ethereal music video for the song “Make A Move” one month ago. The video was directed by the singer’s husband, Adam Sinclair. This song was included on her last extended play (EP), titled ‘Y2,’ along with other songs like ’24 Hours’ and ‘Girl U Used 2 Know.’

After the release of her four-track EP titled ‘Y1’ in March, which Yuna referred to as her “most personal effort to date,” she followed it up with another release in May.

The album ‘Y5,’ which she will release independently for the second time in a decade, will come after her 2019 album titled ‘Rouge,’ which was distributed by UMG Recordings. According to a press release, the record is scheduled to be released in the fall, which indicates that its release could take place around September.

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