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Yebba Releases Airy New Single Where Do You Go

Friday, 09 August 2019 Written by Helen Payne

Yebba, real name Abbey Smith, has shared a new single.

After spending the first half of this year winning a Grammy award and collaborating with chart-toppers Ed Sheeran and Mark Ronson, Yebba’s latest solo track is a light and airy affair with her vocal curlicues taking precedence over hushed synths.

Introducing the song via social media, she said:

"I wrote this song in my moms childhood bedroom almost right after she passed. It’s the best I could do to tribute the women in my family that are still here. I’ll remember u forever ma. Anyway, hope u enjoy. 

The singer and songwriter is said to be working on her debut album, though no details have been confirmed.

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