Audrey Nuna – Space. An exclusive performance for Vevo DSCVR, the channel for the best in new music.
Each Audrey Nuna song feels like a surprise. The “damn right” singer’s production choices often match her vocal approaches that span a variety of styles – from stilted “yas” over trap hats on “Comic Sans” (her collab with rapper Jack Harlow) to the gorgeous singing on “Space.” There’s a general consensus that the New Jersey native works the R&B realm, but she’s clearly operating way outside the genre’s norms. She calls her approach “a weird omelette of random ingredients that for some reason is tasty.” As a Korean-American operating in a space where such representation is in the minority, Nuna’s boundary-breaking ethos goes outside genres. This massive George Condo fan simply relishes challenging expectations by questioning traditional comfort zones. When it comes to her music, however, you can always expect auteur-level thoughtfulness. “I don’t like the feeling of half-assing anything,” she’s said. Nuna has a debut project in the works for her quickly growing fanbase. Nuna’s DSCVR performances of “Space” and “Blossom” are amazing; she’s almost breathless in the latter song. We’re thinking she might leave ya feeling that way, too.
Executive Producer: Micah Bickham
Director: Priya Minhas
Producer: Maddy Schmidt
Director of Photography: Cole Brian
Editor: Andrew Ros
Music & Talent: Cynthia Todd & Jordan Ferree
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