“mona lisa” – mxmtoon

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Published on November 4, 2022

mxmtoon performs “mona lisa” from her latest release, ‘rising (the deluxe).’ Learn more about mxmtoon and find more music at https://linktr.ee/mxmtoon. #Colbert #LateShowMeMusic #mxmtoon #monalisa

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20 comments

  • Victoria de Manila 3 months ago

    Lovely tune fr a lovely singer. ❤

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  • Luna Cat 3 months ago

    she sounds amazing!!!!❤❤❤

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  • Cameron Chen 3 months ago

    Maia is so cool

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  • b¡anca 3 months ago

    the best artist ever!!

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  • naooo 3 months ago

    2:11 WHAT THE HELL

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  • MoonlightCrimson 3 months ago

    I LOVE THIS SONG SO MUCH, I LOVE U MXMTOON

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  • Joanie Tool, MS, PhD 3 months ago

    Do these happen every week? I’ve never seen these SC musical segment premieres before.

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  • Mikey 3 months ago

    I love the change to golden amber on her face for the “ready for my close up” line! So perfect!! From the band to her voice to the lighting and camera work!!! Amazing!!!

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  • Jr Balzano 3 months ago

    Wow

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  • crossingvalleys 3 months ago

    this is so ethereal, she’s so talented <3

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  • Robin Hood 3 months ago

    Catchy and beautiful.

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  • Only the Planet Matters 3 months ago

    Holy moly. She’s excellent ❤

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  • Lilaboxx 3 months ago

    I’ve been listening to the whole album over and over it’s SO GOOD

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  • Prince Alexander 3 months ago

    Boooooooooooo

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  • 👉 BUY YOUTUBE VIEWS 👉 Link in Bio 3 months ago

    No one works harder than you

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  • Vijay Damerla 3 months ago

    Absolutely beautiful performance!

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  • Strongerforlife 3 months ago

    Her singing makes me feel good

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  • Robert Redzich 3 months ago

    So smooth

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  • Drge 3 months ago

    Lol chill tune but prefer Lonely Island’s version from the Popstar movie 🤣

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  • BoomerFaceplant 3 months ago

    Cute song. Pleasant enough voice though not very strong and lacks range. I wonder if we will ever regain a pop music industry where singers had to be both exceptional AND/OR distinctive to have staying power. Seems the “great leveler” of rap/hip hop has introduced a stubborn mediocrity tailored to undemanding masses.

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