With debut single “Keep Lying,” Missal fired off an undeniably forceful first punch, that first sparked the airwaves after the track premiered on Beats 1, then skyrocketed to the to the top of the Spotify Viral charts, as well as the #1 spot on HypeMachine.
The song exemplifies the depth of her range as an artist, as she softly sings of being seduced by deception. But as the listener is lulled into a false sense of safety by the track's honeyed throwback of an arrangement, Missal's vocal shatters through on the potent --and massive -- chorus, like a drop-kick to the chest as she belts “Let me down now slowly, you know me, tell me I’m your only, even if it hurts.”
Follow ups “Sick,” “The Keeper,” “Slide,” and now "Transformer" show Missal’s range as both a songwriter and vocalist.
A common denominator in all of her music - Missal's vocal acrobatics – make it abundantly clear that this young singer's distinctly rare talent won't get lost in the static.