Few Singaporean artists have managed to earn a spot on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 chart. Linying is one of them. The song “Sticky Leaves” from her Paris12 EP has had over five million listens on the streaming service. And while she’s known for her intimate style of music, the 24-year-old has also attracted collaborators from the dance world, either borrowing her vocals for their tracks or remixing her tunes—this includes German producer Felix Jaehn and French duo Krono. In 2016, the singer signed on with Nettwerk Music Group, becoming the first Singaporean to sign with a label that introduced Coldplay and Dido to the US market.