Nominjin Premieres New Song “Kiss Me at Midnight”
- Los Angeles-based Mongolian singer-songwriter Nominjin has shared a new song “Kiss Me at Midnight” from her forthcoming debut EP “Free Soul”.
The song is blending soul/R&B, Latin sound and hip-hop, but hone section reminds us of Earth, Wind & Fire.
She has already shot the music video for the song in Los Angeles, which will be premiered mid December.
According to an interview with Music Musings & Such, she worked with her father for the song. Also, Her mother Zaya Cater is one her life long collaborators/co-writers.
Nominjin said of the song, "It all started with a melody. I said to myself: 'Hmmm...this has a little bit of a Latin influence'. Not sure where it came from but I like letting the songs flow out of me instead of setting out to write a specific song. So, I roped in my father who speaks fluent Spanish to help me come up with the line 'La vida nos inspira'. Then, I wrote the English lyrics and turned it into a song about dancing all night with the love of your life.”
- She continued, "As the producer; I had to challenge myself and figure out a vocal and musical arrangement that would build upon the melody to create a sound that is Soul/R&B with a dash of Latin. So, I sat down with my arranger/co-producer and told him that I wanted a production that is musically rich and super-old-school.”
The EP “Free Soul” comprises of 4-track and is expected to be released in February 5, 2019. The EP is Nominjin's tribute to the classic American soul/R&B and traditional pop music.
- source : Music Musings & Such