With 15 tracks and collaborations, Moon Boy is Yung Bleu’s debut album, which dropped this summer. Collaborators include Kodak Black, H.E.R., Moneybagg Yo, Big Sean, Kehlani, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, and Drake, who had a verse on Bleu‘s hit single “You’re Mines Still.” Among his other notable appearances are Moneybagg Yo’s “This Feeling,” Mooski’s “Track Star (Remix),” Rotimi’s “Polaroid,” Tink’s “Selfish,” and most recently Ne-Yo’s “Stay Down.”
Just in time for the end of the fourth quarter, she released her latest offering. She’s in the newly released video for “No Signal,” trying to find her way through a heated conversation when there’s no signal:
She wrote and/or co-wrote the hit singles Kelly Clarkson’s “Love So Soft,” Rihanna’s “California King Bed,” Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It,” Pitbull’s “Timber,” and Mariah Carey’s “A No No,” Muni is now beginning a solo career in recording.
A few days before the EP’s release, Muni explained some of the meanings behind the tracks. During a recent sit down, she says that her song, “No Signal,” is a joke because she lives in Los Angeles and has so many drop-off spots, especially in Calabasas. It is inevitable that your call drops every single time while you are traveling through the mountains. I was listening to beats as I walked to the studio that day. It looks like I was playing with my phone. When I heard that (starts singing), I was like, “I ain’t got nothing.” I started laughing and couldn’t stop. It got me thinking, “That’s pretty cool. I’ll do it.” Taking this silly melody, I took it to the studio and freaked out the song.”