Danielle Morgan, the ‘Let Me Love You’ songster and PNG’s prospective female artist is set to release her new and latest single ‘Inaka Hamene’.
Danielle’s presence in the PNG music scene only got recognized after her hit single ‘Let Me Love You’ was released this year which featured Cammy Bee.
Inaka Hamene, (in Huli), the local Tari language for ‘My Brother’ is the new single that describes the pain of losing someone you love so much and having to deal with it.
“It’s actually a song for my father that was inspired by the passing of his brother, my uncle earlier this year due to Covid-19”, said Danielle.
“The song is a very heartfelt song and I got quite emotional recording it”, added Danielle.
Speaking about the music video, Ms Morgan said the idea of the music video is to portray the emotions she managed to capture in the studio.
Danielle is currently working on shooting the music video of Inaka Hamene and she said that the music video is going to be simple but sincere.
Ms Morgan said that she has chosen the Gazelle International Hotel to shoot her video.
“The Hotel has always been very generous in allowing us to use their venue so we hope to use them again”, added Danielle.
Ms Morgan started taking music more seriously in high school. She actually released her first ever song back when she was in school called ‘Kosecian Queen’.
“Listening to it now I am so humbled and happy at how much I have grown vocally”, added Danielle.
Danielle said that the breakthrough for her was with her last song she released (Let Me Love you) with the music video gaining close to 500,000 views already on YouTube alone.
“With the encouraging statistics shown, we are looking at getting a million views before the end of this year”, added Danielle.
Danielle has a goal set in her music career and actually keeps a goal board and slowly but surely has achieved a few things or crossed out a few steps in order to reach that desired goal.
She added that she was blessed to have worked alongside some other great PNG artists and producers and hopes to collaborate more with others in the near future.
“So far I have recorded with Uralom Kania, Cammy Bee, Estii, just to name a few”, said Danielle.
Ms Morgan said she would love to be able to work with some of our very own PNG female artists as well in the future.