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BOTA - 'Special' Debut Single Release
11-21-2017 | Music Releases
Emerging Pop/dance singer and songwriter BOTA is about to premiere her brand new and debut single 'Special'. The music video, which was directed by an award-winning music director Lukasz Pytlik, is going to be out in the beginning of December on her Official VEVO Channel.
Produced by Nick Bitzenis, 'Special' has an upbeat pop feel; accompanied by heavy and funky horn melodies and definitive and dynamic piano parts. Lyrically, it's the instant motivational wave that draws you in. 'Being brave means you are special', Bota sings during the chorus, in other words she says that she found her confidence and strength when she started to do what she loves and came out from her comfort zone.
Starting off her music pathway back in Kazakhstan, young and ambitious classical pianist Bota has moved to London to give herself a freedom to create music. Wherever Bota goes she WOWS audiences and industry people alike: 'She has a unique identity and a great stage presence'- Open Mic UK 2017, Regional Final.
'Her soft vocals made us recall the voice of Kylie Minogue, when you work with her you can feel strong and ambitious personality that hides underneath Bota's petite and fragile look' - boys band The Jigits.
After finishing London Artist Development program at Powerstudio and releasing single 'You+Me' with the well-known Russian boys-band 'The Jigits', Bota has graduated with Master's degree in Music Business from London College of Music. Alongside with her music career, Bota also takes part in the various creative projects. Her unique Asian look does not go unnoticed. Recently, she has caught attention from the world-famous music band Gorillaz, who featured her as a 'Geisha character' in their latest music video 'Strobelite'.
You can stream and download "Special" here - http://smarturl.it/SpecialBota
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