“Time Machine” is performed live by MunI Long.

by | Dec 22, 2022 | Latest, Music News, New Music Alert | 0 comments

It was just a few months ago that Muni Long released her Public Displays Of Affection Too EP, an EP containing five tracks that served as the official follow-up to her debut project from 2021. As well as tracks previously shared, the collection included “Pain,” “Another,” and “Baby Boo,” the latter of which featured Saweetie’s assistance.

During yesterday’s (Dec. 13) episode of “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” the Florida-born songstress Muni Long made her second appearance of the year. With this new recording, she shared a brand new version of the musically engaging song “Time Machine.” Wearing a futuristic silver bodysuit, she gave a riveting performance of the song to the public, in which she spoke about wanting to go back in time and revisit the past.

There has been no doubt that Long has been having a lovely year so far, bringing to your attention her aforementioned EP of 2021, Public Displays of Affection, which included the hit single “Hrs and Hrs.” Her EP also boosted over 200 million streams, won Radio No.1 Urban & Rhythmic, hit the Top 5 on Apple Music, and reached the No.17 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Long has been having a wonderful year so far.

It has been revealed that the singer of “To Do List” is planning to share what she believes is her primary career goals in a recent interview. In terms of my gift, I’d like to make use of it to explore the world. I’d like to discover and experience all of the latest and greatest things this planet has to offer. It is my hope that I will be more creative and experimental in my future work,” she said. “I want to offer people an experience that will make them remember me. Upon leaving, I want people to feel as if they have been inspired. My childhood memories are filled with the sight of concert DVDs playing at home and thinking, ‘Hey, this might be something I can do.’ And lo and behold, here I am accomplishing exactly that. Hopefully one day I will be able to be that person for someone else.”

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