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Music Is: Matilde G releases new single ‘Milk N’ Honey’

Following the release of her infectious pop anthem, ‘Doorbell at the beginning of this year, Singaporean-based Italian-born artist, Matilde G is back with an unapologetically cheeky new Summer single. Titled ‘Milk N’ Honey’, the single will be released on all major digital streaming platforms on 4 June 2021.

With Matilde G’s unique and brazen pop vocals, the single touches on the wanderlust fantasies of a teenager eager to live her life without the limits from growing up, but also borderless freedom of being able to travel as per the single’s lyrics — Saint Tropez, Paris and Beijing. ‘Milk N’ Honey’ was produced by world-renown music producers Caesar & Loui who have previously worked with international big hitmakers including BTS, Super Junior, Monsta X, TWICE, Red Velvet, and NCT 127, to name a few.

Matilde G shares, “As a teenager, I go through the typical constraints any teenager does which includes school commitments, family and even peer pressure and that’s just life in general. I may be young, but I am always craving to do more, not just in music but also as a person who is open to discovering the joys and freedom. ‘Milk N’ Honey’ was written in hopes of it being a playful and cheerful antidote to this.”

The accompanying music video for ‘Milk N’ Honey’ will be released later in June 2021. More details will be shared at a nearer date. Matilde G is also currently working on new music projects which are set to be out throughout this year.

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