Valntna is known as a singer/songwriter from South London, inspired by Anita Baker, Aretha Franklin, Nina Simone, and Lauryn Hill. She recently released an empowering song titled “Black Kingz,” produced by Pink Mayne, along with a visual which has over 400 thousand views on YouTube. In the song, Valntna creates an uplifting message of unity, strength, and power, dissecting the obstacles, pain, and suppression of black men.
Speaking on the single, the artist said, “I deliver a powerful message to shine a light on these issues, empowering all Black Kingz to come together, uplift themselves and each other & embrace the change that is distinctly upon us, projecting love, healing & unity.”
Black Kingz is streaming on all digital platforms. Make sure you watch her visual and check out our interview below.
Stream: “Black Kingz”
Valntna interview on Voice It
Tiara – For the people that don’t know you tell them who you’re.
Valntna – I’m an R&B soul singer from South London
Tiara – Who inspired you growing up?
Valntna – My mom she is an hard working woman. Musically, Mary J Blidge Whitney Houston, and Aretha Franklin,
Tiara – What keeps you motivated?
Valntna – The people that I touch through my music.
Tiara – Tell me about your latest song Black Kingz.
Valntna – Black Kingz was highly inspired by the black lives matter movement that was going on last year. Witnessing what was happening during lockdown was devastating. I wanted to uplift, inspire and spread love.
Tiara – What advice would you give upcoming artist?
Valntna – It’s important to be yourself and see beyond the surface of who you’re. Let go of fear, and insecurities everyone has a gift and a purpose.
Tiara – What is next for you?
Valntna – I am currently working on my EP, and I will be releasing new singles this year.