Lately (I've Been Thinking)", "Aeroplane Mode" and "Turnstiles", the latter which was produced by the Modfather himself, Paul Weller. On "Last Laugh", produced by Nutty P (Ghetts, Wretch 32), Nia utilizes her strong and engrossing vocals to tell stories of people in the music industry as well as in everyday life who spin lies to achieve their own goals. Once again, Nia Wyn proves why she is indeed one of the most exciting soul-crossover artists coming out of the UK right now.
Speaking on the track, Nia says:
"'Last Laugh' is about some of the liars that pop up in the music industry. I've had many people chat rubbish and make grand promises about what they can do for your career, and when you're so hungry for success you listen to them and then you're left feeling lost when they lose interest in you. 'Last Laugh' is also about women who claim to support other women but really are just using that line because it's fashionable and just want to use you. Finally it's also a middle finger to people who doubt you - the feeling when you overcame that and are showing them what you really can do!"
Listen to "Last Laugh" below.
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