Maeta Announces New Project ‘When I Hear Your Name’

Rising singer Maeta has revealed the official tracklist and credits for her forthcoming project, When I Hear Your Name, out June 9 via Roc Nation Records.

When I Hear Your Name will contain 13 tracks, including the previously shared “S(EX)” and Lucky Daye-penned “Through The Night” featuring Free Nationals.

Regarding the latter track, Maeta said, “Working with Lucky was so much fun. I’ve never worked with such an amazing vocal producer. We played games, talked shit and had a really fun time. But when it was time to work, he made sure I was on point.”

Courtesy of Roc Nation Records

In addition to Free Nationals, Daye, Ty Dolla $ign, Ambré and James Fauntleroy, will make guest appearances.

When I Hear Your Name features songwriting from The-Dream, SZA, Freddie Mercury, Kehlani, Demi Lovato, Destin Conrad, Ant Clemons, Elijah Blake, Fallon King and more.

The project will include production from The-Dream, Camper, KAYTRANADA, OG Parker, Oak Felder, Charlotte Day Wilson, DJ Dahi, Louie Lastic, 1500 or Nothin’ and more.

No additional information has been shared about Maeta’s upcoming project. 

When I Hear Your Name will follow Maeta’s debut EP, Habits, released in 2021. The seven-track project includes previously released songs “Teen Scene” featuring Buddy and “Toxic” featuring BEAM as well as an appearance from Leven Kali. 

“My EP, Habits, is about everything that comes with being in a toxic relationship – love, anger, sex, growth, self-esteem,” Maeta previously stated. “I was finding my way through one during the making of this project, so it was like therapy for me during that time. I’m so excited for everyone to hear this project, and my hope is that people connect with the music and feel uplifted, healed, and understood.”

Since Habits, Maeta has hopped on tracks by Tone Stith, RINI and Vic Mensa (with Thundercat) and shared standalone tracks (“You Lie” and “Frank For You“). 

Maeta When I Hear Your Name
Roc Nation Records
Maeta’s When I Hear Your Name Tracklist and Credits

1. “Sexual Love” feat. James Fauntleroy
Written By: James Fauntleroy, Maeta, Derrus Rachel
Produced By: DJ Dahi & Charlotte Day Wilson
Additional Production: John Key, Danny McKinnon and Ely Rise

2. “Cool Cat”
Written By: Freddie Mercury and John Deacon
Produced By: Omar Grant & 1500 or Nothin’

3. “Anybody”
Written By: SZA and Maeta
Produced By: Shea Taylor

4. “Control Freak” feat. Ambré
Written By: Destin Conrad, Ambré, Maeta
Produced By: Louie Lastic and Ghetto Kids

5. “Questions”
Written By: Fallon King, Maeta and Derrus Rachel

6. “F*** Friend”
Written By: Ambré and Maeta
Produced By: Ambré, Elijah Fox and Lophiile

7. “Clarity” feat. Lucky Daye
Written By: Lucky Daye, Maeta, Mike “Hunnid” McGregor
Produced By: Camper

8. “ASMR”
Written By: Beam, BJRNCK, Maeta, Derrus Rachel and Johnathan Bezlanis
Produced By: Azul Wynter, Jack LoMastro and Nathan Butts

9. “Kissing New People” feat. Ty Dolla $ign
Written By: Demi Lovato, Ty Dolla $ign, Maeta and Blush
Produced By: Oak Felder for Orphanage
Co-produced By: Trevor Brown and Zaire Koalo for The Orphanage

10. “Something Happens When I Hear Your Name”
Written By: Elijah Blake and Maeta
Produced By: Elijah Blake and Finn Matthews

11. “See You Around”
Written By: Terius “The-Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant
Produced By: Stwo and Terius “The-Dream” Gesteelde-Diamant

12. “S(EX)”
Written By: Kehlani, Maeta, Marsha Ambrosius, Natalie Stewart, Andre Harris, Derrus Rachel and Ant Clemons
Produced By: G-Ry, OG Parker and Mesio

13. “Through The Night” feat. The Free Nationals
Written By: Lucky Daye, Mike “Hunnid” McGregor, Maeta, Livvi Franc, Derrus Rachel, Elijah Blake and Jose Rios
Produced By: Camper
Additional production by: Josh Rios

Listen to Maeta’s current single “Through The Night” featuring The Free Nationals below. 


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