‘No Reply’ is Mahalia’s new single following ‘Sober’. Mahlia was 12 when she started writing music and playing the guitar. Her songs are relatable and ‘No Reply’ is no exception. Her vocals are soulful and certainly easy on the ears. Check out this new single from Mahlia and you can check out her other singles here.
British rising star Mahalia has today unveiled her new track titled ‘No Reply’, released through Atlantic Records, which is available now across all retailers.
Produced by Maths Times Joy – who produced Mahalia’s stand-out debut single ‘Sober’ – the song is a perfect example of her trademark, open-hearted lyricism. Picking up accolades as she goes, Leicester native Mahalia is quickly becoming one of this year’s most exciting UK female artists, riding fast her in her own lane marrying her supple vocals with magnetic R&B and shimmering pop production.
Mahalia released her debut single “Sober” last summer which to date has amassed over 16 million streams and seen her social media following swell to well over 150k. Following the release, Mahalia graced the Berlin online platform COLOR’s, where her performance of “Sober” has accumulated over 9 million views! ( link ). She subsequently sold out her first UK tour and also supported BRIT’s Critics Choice winner Jorja Smith on her UK tour in February. In addition, Mahalia sold-out her entire 14-date UK tour which concludes at London’s prestigious Scala venue on May 1st.
At 12 years old – the age most of us are aimlessly riding bikes or trying to avoid homework – Mahalia was cradling her guitar and penning love songs. With her entrancing, soulful tones, wise-yet-relatable wordplay and intuitive sense of melody, it quickly became clear that she had an innate musicality and that she’d be doing this for the rest of her life.
In the time since she first picked up that guitar she’s dropped a scattering of releases – from 2012’s indie-flecked acoustic dream “Head Space” to 2015’s gorgeously understated 4-track EP “Never Change” – and 2016’s genre-flipping mixtape “Diary of Me”. But for Mahalia, it feels as if she’s just getting started.