Falling freely in love often requires vulnerability, causing one to show their hand and bear their weaknesses. When her efforts toward building lasting love aren’t reciprocated, singer/songwriter Mylah musters up the strength to make her exit. On her latest single, “Vulnerable,” she sings about a seemingly one-sided love affair and knowing that she deserves more. Over a K Beatz-produced track laced with beautifully somber piano chords she sings, “Now I could say we should try again, maybe space will pull you in / But why go hard when you’re indifferent?” Though it’s hard to let go, the Indiana-native, currently residing in Atlanta, stands firm and declares, “I don’t wanna be, don’t wanna be vulnerable / Here’s to moving on, just let it burn, my baby.”
Mylah's latest is a welcomed surprise for fans who have patiently waited for more of her solo work since the release of her EPs Silver and Gold and Supply X Demand back in 2013 and 2014, respectively. “Vulnerable” gives us all a taste of what’s to come on her upcoming EP The Purge, and perhaps the title hints at more emotionally-charged subject matter. Rumor has it that she will debut a full-length album in 2018, and we are certainly looking forward to hearing more from this talented songstress.
Open up and give Mylah’s “Vulnerable” a spin below. Her new EP The Purge is set to be released this month, so be sure to visit her website and follow her on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to keep up with all of her moves.