On this show, we’ve spent a lot of time dissecting the structures of songwriting, but we rarely go into how songs are produced. Luckily for us, Montreal-based act MUNYA is helping us change that. We do go into the stories of how her bilingual indie pop songs come to life, but above all else, we explore what it means to ‘produce’ and why it was crucial for her to learn the art form.

Ken Grand-Pierre linked up with MUNYA during a snowy day in Manhattan to talk music, and why there’s nothing else she’d rather be doing right now.

“At some point, you have to let go of caring about what people think.”

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