Singer-songwriter Njomza has returned together with her newest single “Fortunate,” which arrived accompanied by an emotionally-driven visible directed Griffin Olis and herself. On the brand new monitor, she delivers an intimate verse as black and white movies from her childhood flash throughout the display:
Wouldn’t wanna do that solo. Simply have a look at the place we’re, we got here up to now. You’re the one who understands. I pray for the clock to maneuver sluggish. After I’m with you, I would like nothing extra. For those who’re feeling misplaced, seize my hand. Trigger after every little thing you needed to undergo. You continue to had the battle inside you, and I can’t consider that God selected me. To know you, to like you. I’m so fortunate. For those who love somebody allow them to know.
Njomza poured her coronary heart and soul onto the monitor. Of the track, she has stated: “Writing it was a form of therapy for me. I actually hope it makes you’re feeling one thing – something like the way in which it made me really feel whereas making it.” “Fortunate” follows up NJOMZA’s single “Chunk” from earlier this yr. Previous to that was the singer’s 2017 challenge, Unhappy For You, and 2018 launch, Trip.
In a previous interview with REVOLT, Tra’Von Williams spoke in regards to the excessive loyalty that exists between Njomza and her fanbase.
Njomza has a cult-like following and these followers have been followers from method again when. There was one present the place a fan introduced an outdated tape of hers from when she was a teen doing this music factor. Her followers are actually into her music. When Njomza does her tribute to Mac Miller, you’ll see [fans crying] as a result of numerous her followers have been additionally Mac Miller followers. Njomza and Mac had an awesome relationship. She has a ‘keep in mind’ tattoo with the m’s capitalized to represent ‘Mac Miller.’ At each present, she makes positive to point out tribute to Mac Miller and when that track comes on, you’ll be able to inform folks actually really feel this shit.
Watch Njomza’s new music video for “Fortunate” down beneath.