Home Is Wherever Ngaiire Is

Ngaiire started writing her third album ‘3’ in 2017. Since then, she gave birth despite painful complications, visited her home of Papua New Guinea before COVID-19 forced her departure and lived through historic social justice movements. Now, as ‘3’ finally arrives, Ngaiire tells MTV Australia about how everything’s changed and how she’s learned to accept it.
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