Singer Owen Leuellen has just released his latest single, Bad which marks a significant departure from his usual comfort zone. In this track, Owen embraces an artistic versatility by challenging himself to incorporate captivating vocals for the chorus and a slower, melodic rap flow, a departure from his typical style.
But Bad isn’t just about a change in musical style; it’s a window into Owen’s personal journey. He explains: “As always, I write about life and what I’m going through. At the time I wrote this song, I was on the verge of leaving the country to embark on a journey to California. I had to detach from social links, including my girlfriend in Malta, to pursue my career without keeping her waiting on a lonely road. Fortunately, she stood by me, patiently waiting, and offering unwavering support every step of the way. This experience inspired me to create another song on the subject.”
Bad was produced, mixed, mastered, and engineered by Edward Abela at Midnight Studios, where Owen embraced a whole new vibe, setting, and top-level equipment. Breaking out of one’s comfort zone is a critical part of artistic growth, and Owen’s dedication to trying new approaches has opened doors to fresh opportunities from every angle.
Owen Leuellen expresses his hope that his fans will recognize the dedication and hard work that went Bad and understand just how passionately he pursued this endeavour. “I wanted this,” he asserts, reflecting the commitment he poured into this dynamic track.