Shura is giving yet another taste of what's to come on her forthcoming album, thanks to new song "What's It Gonna Be?" The song, which is not a reference to Janet Jackson and Busta Rhymes' 1998 collaboration, finds the London artist taking a more upbeat route as she coos over '80s New Wave-inspired synths.
Fun fact: "What's It Gonna Be?" is produced by Greg Kurstin, the man behind Adele's "Hello." Shura shared with Annie Mac (who premiered the track on her BBC Radio 1 show), "It’s the first piece of truly new music in a while. The record is about fancying someone and maybe having a kind of connection and realizing that it’s probably not going to happen.”
Look out for Shura's upcoming debut album, Nothing's Real, which also features the ambient track "The Space Tapes," on July 8 via Polydor Records.