Kianja Shares ‘There’s Nothing More’. “Longing for which that has gone. Comfort in that majesty.”

Alaa Kassim

What can you say that you haven’t felt already from KIANJA’s fabulous single ‘There’s Nothing More’? That’s right. We’re fawning. We want more and more from KIANJA’s single and then some.

The power of r&b/soul pop thrust is grand.

The majesty in KIANJA’s vocals is pure silk.

KIANJA is decadence to the n’th degree.

Clap you fool. Clap to the beat of this love ballad from the 20 year old talent.

UK based KIANJA will drop her debut EP ‘Glory’ this year and like you, we can’t wait for it.

‘There’s Nothing More’ is about “longing for love that you can’t fix,” KIANJA explained, “It’s gone, but you constantly wish you could repair it”.

Co-written with Dan Smith (Bastille) and produced by Mark Crew and Dan Priddy (Rag’n’Bone Man, James Arthur), KIANJA’s spectrum of colors amplify the feelings exuded helplessly within the striations of the single.

The road has been well received and there’s more to come in accolades. For the artist, we think, has all of the ingredients to continue to forge a deep bond with her fans.

With CHF?

Bonding, complete.



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