• Muzik First


Grammy-winning pop songwriter Victoria Monét has shared her second single of the year, following her sizzling track “F.U.C.K..” “The new song "Coastin” channels a more groovy vibe, delivering a ’70s-inspired funky bassline and laid-back feel. It has serious bedroom eyes, but the new song's classically-minded funk adds a looser — but still explicit — mood to the proceedings. “If sunshine and a good time (and maybe a lil drank) were a song, it would be ‘Coastin.’ It’s made for people with that good, chill energy and the bassline instantly puts you in a certain feel,” Monét shared in a press release. “We wanted this song to represent that freedom to finally go outside. After the year we’ve had, it feels even better to be able to finally coast freely, make unforgettable memories and have a good ass time,” she added. The song, produced by Stereotypes, features a sample of Keni Burke’s “Risin’ to the Top.” Described as “a love letter to California” by Monét, the track is perfect for listening to in the car, by the pool or at the beach. In October, Monét will play at the Brooklyn edition of H.E.R.’s Lights On Festival. The performance lineup includes Maxwell, Ari Lennox, Bryson Tiller, Chloe x Halle, and many more.