Romy Dya is an R&B/Pop artist, songwriter and producer from the Netherlands. She has been in the game for a while now, but was mainly in the background as a featuring artist or involved as a songwriter. Internationally she has worked with Ghostface Killah and Busta Rhymes, but her breakthrough came in 2017. Her voice became known worldwide after she was featured on the song ‘So far away’ from Martin Garrix, David Guetta and Jamie Scott. According to Billboard her performance on ‘So far away’ can be described as ‘vulnerable and powerful’. That song made her realize that she no longer wanted to be in the background. This opportunity came right before she wanted to quit music and worked as a lawyer. For her it was a clear sign that her purpose is to inspire as many people as possible through her music and personality. Following the release of her newest single "Unspoken" she projects a very soothing sounds that will definitely capture your ears. Starting the track with a smooth and soft beat leading onto her luscious and loud vocals she completes the track entirely. To explain what the track is about it's about sexual abuse. People who have been through a traumatic experience like that find it hard to talk about it but also to be understood. I want to comfort them with this song and hope that it can be a part of their healing process. It’s ok to cry, it’s ok to talk about it when you’re ready. It's a really comforting and sentimental track that talks about touching subject that sometimes it's hard to explain to someone and this track truly portrays how people feel at times. The track would be perfect for a late night drive or being alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Unspoken" and check out her new music video as well it's lovely.