photo by      Haley Scott

photo by Haley Scott

— by Chrissy Mastro @chrissymastroo

Sun BLVD is back.

Her latest project, her sophomore EP Link In Bio is a seamless, genre-bending hybrid of dance-pop, rap and R&B. In simpler terms — it’s Sun showing off each and every one of her effortless talents that made us first fall in love with her first project One Way Conversations, three years ago. (Remember our writeup on her in the first print issue of CIRCUS? Yeah, we’ve been waiting hungrily since then.)

photo by    Haley Scott

photo by Haley Scott

The project is inspired by late 90s/early 2000s nostalgia, and the stark juxtaposition between the beginning of dial-up Internet and the all-consuming presence of social media today. The EP—entirely produced by DJ Skoli— showcases a fresh, fun, sensual and confident Sun BLVD whom we meet in Link In Bio. The EP’s themes and lyricism are a testament to her tremendous transformation she’s endured as an artist since One Way Conversations. In other words—this Sun BLVD is grown, and she’s got the beats and bars to prove so.

Prep your binge-listening of the album by viewing the visual for the first single off the EP, “Call Me” below, and stream Link In Bio on all streaming platforms now.


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