NEW SINGLE & LIVE VIDEO “HEART MOAN” OUT NOW FROM NNENA’S FORTHCOMING DEBUT EP BIPOLAR AF OUT JUNE 25TH VIA LOUD ROBOT/RCA RECORDS
To kick off this partnership, Nnena, the first musical signing to Loud Robot, released a brand-new track and video for “Heart Moan,” the second track revealed from her forthcoming debut EP BIPOLAR AF, which is set for release on June 25th via Loud Robot/RCA Records. You can watch a live performance of “Heart Moan” HERE. You can pre-order BIPOLAR AF HERE.
Other new artist signings to Loud Robot/RCA Records will be announced soon.
Nnena has scripted and produced comedic bite-sized sketches to post as companion pieces for each track from her forthcoming EP. Check out the one for “Heart Moan” HERE and for the previously released track “Rewind” HERE. Last month, Nnena released a hilarious visualizer and stunning live performance video for lead track “Rewind” from her EP.
An incredible writer, lyricist, rapper and vocalist, bursting with effusive energy and a massive personality, the Cleveland native, born Nnena Adigwe to Nigerian parents, credits some of her robust, descriptive storytelling impulses to her past screenwriting experience. A former basketball player, Nnena began writing comedic sketches during college. That soon led to working on more full-fledged projects—the kinds of works that needed sound tracking. Rather than pay licensing fees, she tried her hand at making her own music.
Nnena has already received critical praise from Teen Vogue, Flood, BBC 1’s Annie Mac, Apple Music’s Ebro, and has been a sought-after songwriter for artists such as Beyoncé, Rihanna and Normani and has recently performed as the opening act for rising star Boogie, Mayorkun and Trinidad James.
She explains making music for her is about telling stories that simultaneously define us and connect us to others. “I want my music to elicit the truth and make the listener feel comfortable. I want people not to feel alone and I never want my music to leave anyone out.”
In the music and visuals that she creates, she shares stories, scenarios, debacles and personal experiences with a warmth, humor and finesse that almost make you forget how hard life can be: “I’ll make the worst situations funny.”
Nnena also finds inspiration for her music from the female experience: “My music is what other females wish they could say out loud, but I do it for them in a song.”
Her music reflects her eclectic influences ranging from Otis Redding to Millie Jackson, from Queen Latifah to Miriam Makeba to Kendrick Lamar and especially “Lauryn Hill, she molded me the most,” along with other neo-soul genre artists Musiq Soulchild and Jill Scott, as well as Drake, J. Cole and Tiwa Savage.
About Bad Robot:
Bad Robot was formed by filmmaker J.J. Abrams in 2001. The company has produced television series such as Alias, Lost, Fringe, Person of Interest, Castle Rock, Westworld, Lovecraft Country and Little Voice; feature films such as SUPER 8, STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS and STAR WARS: RISE OF SKYWALKER, the STAR TREK, MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE and CLOVERFIELD franchises; and interactive content including the mobile app Action Movie FX. Bad Robot’s first foray into publishing, S., a novel conceived by Abrams and written by Doug Dorst, was a New York Times Best Seller. In 2018, the company launched Loud Robot, an artist-friendly independent music label, and Bad Robot Games, a new entity dedicated to developing large and indie-scale original games for mobile, PC and console. Bad Robot is based in Santa Monica.
About RCA Records:
Since its inception in 1900, RCA Records, the second oldest label in American history, has been home to some of the most iconic music artists of all-time celebrating music across all genres. The label has a rich, storied history, which is earmarked by artists continually pushing their artistic boundaries and shaping the cultural landscape.
The label is the historical home of musical legends Elvis Presley, David Bowie, Nina Simone, Sam Cooke and Hall and Oates and is currently home to internationally renowned and critically acclaimed artists including H.E.R., Childish Gambino, P!NK, Justin Timberlake, Foo Fighters, Chris Brown, Khalid, SZA, A$AP Rocky, Alicia Keys, Kings Of Leon, Britney Spears, Pentatonix, Christina Aguilera, Kesha, D’Angelo, Dave Matthews Band, Jazmine Sullivan, Miguel, Kirk Franklin, Buddy Guy, Mark Ronson, Bryson Tiller, Cam, Cage The Elephant, Bleachers, A$AP Ferg, Tate McRae, Kygo, BROCKHAMPTON, Kevin Abstract, Becky G., Martin Garrix, Latto, Lucky Daye, Fousheé and Flo Milli, among others.
RCA Records is a Division of Sony Music Entertainment. The label has key partnerships with Bystorm Entertainment, Keep Cool, Loud Robot, Polo Grounds Music, Six Course Music Group and more.