Yuna featured on New York billboards for the third time

Congrats, Yuna! Photo: Filepic

Singer-songwriter Yuna makes Malaysia proud again, as she finds herself featured for the third time on billboards across New York City.

In 2018, Yuna was featured on a billboard at Times Square in promotion of her album, Rouge. She also appeared on Times Square’s Nasdaq billboard back in November 2016.

This time, the star is selected to represent Asia as part of Spotify’s campaign for Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage month, “Our Roots. Our Sound.”.

The photos, which were shared on Yuna’s official Instagram, have already garnered close to 50,000 likes.

“Look mom! I’m all over NYC! Celebrating Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage month with Spotify – thanks Spotify for always having me [be] a part of this special month together with other talented Asian artists. This visibility means a lot to us!” she wrote in the caption.

However, the singer revealed that she has never gotten to witness these momentous occasions in person. “Wish I was there to witness it myself. I always miss my NYC billboard moments, ” she shared.

The US embassy of Kuala Lumpur also gave Yuna a shout-out on Twitter: “One of the featured artists (in this campaign) includes Malaysian treasure Yuna, who is getting some prominent placement in the Epal Besar... Pretty cool to see her name up in lights across the street from Madison Square Garden and under the Empire State Building.”

According to mStar, The Star's Malay-language portal, Yuna credits her mother’s support for helping her rise to where she is today. The singer also had some nuggets of wisdom to share, telling fans that her philosophy is to always remain honest and fair, even if she has been wronged.

Yuna’s new release, Stay Where You Are, is slated to drop this Friday (May 15).

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