Sunny Malouf is a young pop star on the rise – and she has some brand new music she hopes to share with the world.

Malouf, 14, sat down with uInterview exclusively to discuss her upcoming single “One Minute,” which is due out on Feb. 1, and the inspiration behind its music video.

“When we created ‘One Minute,’ I wanted it to be universal so it could touch so many people through different ways,” she explained. “It’s an amazing song that is based [on] a true life story about myself and my experience with a guy and so I really wanted it to connect with every young teenage girl and really touch somebody.”

“I couldn’t be more happy with the overall package and I can’t wait for it to drop on Feb. 1,” she added.

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Malouf went on to explain how she attempted to recreate the real-life moment the song is based on for the music video, and praised the team of producers she collaborated with on the project.

Malouf was involved in the arts and in many different performance styles from an early age: dancing, cheerleading and acting were all activities she was involved in at some point.

“I wanted to try singing because not a lot of people do that in my town and I fell in love with it, because I thought it was a great way to interact with people,” she said.

Malouf has cited the late King of Pop himself Michael Jackson as one of her biggest musical influences.

“I’m so excited for this movement and to change the generation,” Malouf said on what’s next for her. “I think it’s gonna be amazing.”

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