It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from our Rated Next Artist Malone. The emerging singer returns today with a new buzz track titled “She Was There.”
On the intoxicating jam, written by his mentor Avant and produced by Travis Sayles, Malone sings about an intimate adventure with a woman who isn’t getting the love she needs from her man at home.
“It’s about a guy who meets a girl and the two run off to get better acquainted — if you know what I mean,” Malone explains to Rated R&B.
“Found somewhere to pull over, in private / The things you do, got me excited / I’m rubbing them places / You making them faces / I go about it so different, that I don’t be sticking to basics / Legs up, that’s boring / Gymnastics I’m scoring / Backseat we can use it like a bedroom / Call him and tell him you won’t be home soon,” he sings.
Earlier this month, Malone filmed a visual for “She Was There” in Chicago. In other news, he is putting finishing touches to his forthcoming EP and is touring with Avant.
Malone is no stranger to the music industry. The American Idol alum has worked with artists like Avant (of course), Syleena Johnson and CeCe Peniston, among others.
Listen to Malone’s new song “She Was There” below.