MYNA – #GivingTuesday Concert
Tuesday, December 1 @ 6pm
This has been a challenging year for millions of people, both personally and professionally. The absence of enriching live events has been one of the biggest challenges. In response, we offer our appreciation to you this #GivingTuesday by hosting a free virtual concert series on Tuesday, December 1, over our social media channels.
Throughout the day, we’ll be bringing you exceptional performances by Michigan-based artists that represent some of the best hip-hop, pop, R&B, and funk music in the region. Tune in and follow us on our Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube channels to view these performances.
MYNA is a 21 y.o. Southeast Michigan native whose 2018 EP release, “ROY G BIV” marks the culmination of four years of writing, recording, and producing. Current single “Lemon Tree” is a high point of the album with 17k+ plays on Soundcloud. MYNA creates relatable music that challenges audiences to question their identities and roles in modern society. Her latest 2020 release “I Don’t Wanna Be Here” signals a change undergone by the RnB singer between her first project “ROY G BIV” up until present day; a collection of 14 songs concerning the matters of Everything (including Luv, Tragedy, the Trials and Tribulations of Being in this Lifetime etc).
It’s her own personal gospel of what she knows to be true- she encourages the listener to question, polish, and perfect their own truth, and own it! Inspired by her personal relationships, Indian heritage, and experiences of synesthesia, MYNA’s artistic efforts have found grounding in the bubbling Detroit music scene. Influences of Jhené Aiko, Sade and SZA; through her lens create relatable confessional lyrics responding to modern hip-hop, neo soul, and RnB.