Yuna Debuts Video For “Pink Youth”

Yuna, has released a new video for Rouge album track “Pink Youth” featuring Little Simz. The animated video depicts Yuna and Little Simz
Yuna “Pink Youth” featuring Little Simz

Yuna, has released a new video for Rouge album track “Pink Youth” featuring Little Simz. The animated video depicts Yuna and Little Simz saving the world from the powers-at-be trying to capture all color and hope from the world. Conceptualized by Yuna and Adam Sinclair, the video was written, directed and edited by Esteban Valdez, with executive producers Carl Jones and Brian Ash (The Boondocks, Black Dynamite). Yuna’s new album Rouge is out July 12 Verve/Forcast. Recently, she confirmed album track “Castaway” features Tyler, the Creator.

From Yuna

“When I was writing ‘Pink Youth’, I wanted to celebrate being a girl,” explains Yuna, “When I was younger, I remember a lot of people didn’t believe in me just because I was girl trying to do something amazing… this song is for all the girls out there, who never got the encouragement & support they deserve.”

Yuna
Rouge
Tracklisting

1. Castaway (feat. Tyler, the Creator)
2. Blank Marquee (feat. G-Eazy)
3. (Not) The Love of My Life
4. Teenage Heartbreak (feat. MIYAVI)
5. Pink Youth (feat. Little Simz)
6. Forget About You
7. Likes (feat. KYLE)
8. Amy (feat. Masego)
9. Does She (feat. Jay Park)
10. Forevermore
11. Tiada Akhir

YUNA
Live Dates

July 14
Bottom Lounge
Chicago, IL
July 16
9:30 Club
Washington, D.C.
July 17
Sony Hall
New York, NY
July 18
The Sinclair
Boston, MA
July 25
The Fonda Theatre
Los Angeles, CA
Aug 2
The New Parish
Oakland, CA

Born in Kedah, Malaysia and raised primarily in Kuala Lumpur, Yuna now splits her time between Malaysia and Los Angeles, where she recorded Rouge. “I’m a Muslim singer-songwriter, but I never saw myself as that,” she explains, “That label became more obvious to me as I moved to LA…it was really cool that everyone I met supported the fact that I do my own thing and don’t sacrifice my identity for the music.” Yuna describes her new album, noting that “the whole album is about how I am with myself: I’m comfortable with my relationship, with my focus on my career. It’s the colour of becoming this woman I am.”