Yianna Unveils Debut Single ‘Ordinary Love’

American singer-songwriter Yianna has just unveiled her brand new single Ordinary Love, a sultry piece of Contemporary R&B. Right from the start I fell in love with her rich, soulful vocals! They are incredibly powerful and are the star of this song. The production perfectly matches her vocals and provides a highly infectious laidback groove. There's a retro vibe in this song that takes me back to the golden era of soulful R&B and that's very refreshing in the current R&B scene.

Ordinary Love is one of those songs that sound timeless as soon as you press play. Its groovy, laidback production allows for her powerful, soulful vocals to shine and immerse the listener with a feel-good atmosphere. I've got this song on repeat and I've just added to my Chill playlist on Spotify. Stream it below!

Ordinary Love marks the start of Yianna’s artist career with a laidback sultry track that pays homage to elements echoed throughout various eras of soulful R&B. Yianna’s voice gives a sense of comfort and familiarity and the lyrics and instrumentation capture the butterflies and nerves felt when first falling for someone. Speaking about the song Yianna said,
I started writing my EP in East Harlem in my friend Nick's bedroom. I felt heavily inspired by the culture I was surrounded by and the people I met. There's this magical energy that Harlem has. Sometimes we'd have to stop recording because people would be blasting old R&B songs from their boomboxes at the park across the street. ‘Ordinary Love’ is a song that we wrote super quickly, but then had a hard time finishing. I re-wrote the chorus like 2 or 3 times. I didn't let it go until I felt we had it right. It was the first time since I had started making music that I had full creative control over everything I was doing. Just me and my friends making music we loved.
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