Greetings from Houston! I hope the start to your Spring (if you are in that hemisphere) is warming you up. I am filled with so many emotions at this current juncture, and fondly thinking of you wherever you are at.
It is with gratitude and excitement that I release a collaborative single with my producer friend Steven, who musically goes by Muto Mosi. It has been a delightful and easeful creative process working with Muto Mosi. I respect and admire him not only just artistically but also as a fellow electronic music lover//maker belonging also to the Asian diaspora who shares a commitment to thinking critically about representation and equity in art.
I look forward to releasing more music soon with Muto Mosi, with others, and solo!
"Divine" by Uliya and Muto Mosi. Produced by Indonesian producer, Muto Mosi, with lyrics and vocals by Indian-American singer-songwriter, Uliya, "Divine" marries their unique styles—championing cultural authenticity. Using a mix of analog/digital equipment and samples, "Divine" was built by Muto Mosi around the melodies and lyrics that Uliya penned. "Divine" is a song about seeking intimacy and connection in a culture of sexual and romantic disposability underscored by the repeated, universally-relatable phrase "want you to call my name." All images and art are created by me.