Repping Sacramento, California, Yelly is a talented singer-songwriter bubbling outside of her hometown. The 17-year-old singer delivers pleasant vocals about all things tender and touches her audience through her melodic art. Today, Sacramento singer Yelly shares her poignant new single, “Revenge.”

Accompanied by snares and synths, Yelly opens up her heart, detailing the confusion and anger she’s left with after a heartbreak. “Revenge” is a follow-up to Yelly’s summer 2019 single, “Concrete,” which has accumulated thousands of views since its release in August. It marks the second promotional single off of her upcoming release, Don’t Drown, which drops on October 14th.

Yelly initially emerged onto the scene with her 2017 debut Don’t Take My Voice, offering poetic bars about relevant issues in a not so perfect world. She was a start meant to glisten lustrously over the mellow instrumentals and she does exactly so with every breath of velvety vocals.

In summer 2018, Yelly coined herself the flower-child of Sacramento with “Lately,” the lead single off of her first full-length release. Not long after, Yelly treated fans to her second visually-accompanied single “Do You,” before releasing her debut EP, Lust N Found. The project comprised of nine tracks with a sole guest appearance from Cochi$e. Yelly most recently dropped the visuals for “Concrete” and now, she’s preparing to take a step into the limelight.

Watch “Revenge” below.