/  12.24.2021

Muni Long is setting the tone for a successful new year to come. After dropping off her Public Displays of Affection project a few weeks ago, fans have quickly gravitated towards her entrancing voice, pristine pen, and smooth vibe. She smartly keeps the momentum going with consistent visuals, starting with “Time Machine,” then followed by “To Do List,” “IMU,” and the fan-favorite “Hrs and Hrs.”

This week, her latest offering arrived just in time to close out the fourth quarter. The freshly released visual for “No Signal” sees the songstress out on the road trying to navigate a heated discussion while literally having no signal:

I’ll just call you back when I get somewhere, simple/ You were doubting, I couldn’t hear you, I got no signal

Best known for writing/co-writing the hit singles “California King Bed” by Rihanna, “Worth It” by Fifth Harmony, Kelly Clarkson’s “Love So Soft,” Pitbull’s “Timber,” and “A No No” by Mariah Carey, Muni is now embarking on her own solo recording career.

Prior to the EP’s release, Muni took some time to break down an explanation behind the track. “‘No Signal’ is just me being funny because I live in LA and there’s so many drop spots especially living in Calabasas,” she says in a recent sit down. “You go through the mountains, and there’s going to be patches where your call will drop every single time. On the way to the studio that day, I was listening to beats. I think I was trying to do something on my phone. I literally was like, (starts singing) ‘I ain’t got nothing.’ I was playing, and then I burst out laughing. I was like, “That’s actually fire, and I’m going to do that.” I took that little silly melody and went in the studio and freaked out the song.”

Be sure to press play on Muni Long’s brand new music video for “No Signal” down below.

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