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Watch Yuna and SonaOne's intergalactic 'Pulang' music video

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By Verinia Khoo | Published: 25 Nov 2016

Video: Yuna Vevo

Our October cover girl Yuna is on a roll! Shortly after launching her line of headscarves with Losaravelda, the singer released a new music video for her collaborative track with Malaysian rapper SonaOne. The song called Pulang (which means 'come home' in Malay) is the first track recorded in Malay since her full-length Malay album Material released last April.

"I am so grateful for this opportunity to work with her. Yuna indirectly gave me musical exposure at an international level," SonaOne told Berita Harian in Bahasa. "She's such a talented artist as she's managed to create a name for herself overseas. So of course, I would love to work with her again in the future."

"Despite our busy schedules, we still managed to collaborate," he added. "Like Yuna, I too want to bring our local music and hip hop artists to the international level. It's just that at the moment, I have to focus on myself first."

Watch the Adam Sinclair-directed video above or stream the song on Spotify here.

Related: Yuna singing 'Part of Your World' is just magical
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