It would be kind to say a modest audience awaited Yuna on the BMI stage, but it hardly phased the Malaysian singer, appearing in her Lollapalooza debut. "Welcome to my magical rainforest" she greeted us, sporting a sea blue headwrap, white blouse and torquoise skinny jeans, after opening her set as her self-titled album does, with the slinky "Lullabies," backed by a dude named Lincoln on MPC, synth and guitar. The 25-year-old singer-guitarist has cited Coldplay among her primary influences, and its easy to to see those crowd-pleasing tendencies in her wide-eyed folk-pop. Good thing she's got the pipes to make up for what could easily be perceived as a lack of depth. Her decaf cafe-pop is as safe as it gets, perfect for any Starbucks (side note: how is there not a Starbucks stage here?). As if to demonstrate, she broke out a uke to introduce "Bad Idea," a breezy kiss-off to a once potential companion. Her light, jazzy Billie Holiday trills and soothing, soulful voicings are easy on the ears, I'll give her that. (Pharrell Williams thinks so, too, having produced her coasting single "Live Your Life.") A bigger audience awaits, but until then file this under light blend.