London-based singer and songwriter JiNA shares new single ‘Missing You’

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A talented singer and songwriter who was born in Angola, raised in Austria, and now calls London home, JiNA’s music is as wonderfully versatile and expansive as her upbringing. With a talent for seamlessly exploring genres and styles, her music shines with soul and character, delivering unique listening experiences that lavishly reflect her life and emotional journey.

With an organic and heartfelt approach to making music, writing and producing the songs that she feels and are authentic to her, JiNA aims to connect with her audience, linking hearts and minds and making them move in one way or another. In true form, being her authentic self is key to everything JiNA does, as well as enjoying life to the fullest.

Her new single, the confessional love song of ‘Missing You’, is a perfect illustration of this style, dripping with smooth, emotive vocals, nuanced pop hooks, and expressive lyrics that capture that essence of missing someone you love. A touching RnB and soul infused single, ‘Missing You’ shines through joyous synth flourishes and tempered beats that drive the song forward, while JiNA delivers her effortless vocals, sharing an anthem to a wonderful and exciting journey ahead.

Available now on all major streaming platforms, ‘Missing You’ is a perfect, nostalgic neo-soul track for those of you who are deeply missing someone close. You can dive into the single now via Spotify above. For more from JiNA, be sure to check out her Spotify, YouTube, and Instagram pages below.

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