Zali announces brand new track ‘Girls Like Us”

ZALI

Announces new Single:“Girls Like Us” Out Nov 10th 2017

Zali is an artist in a constant flux of creation and evolution through a combination of sounds, art and visual elements that leave a resounding and infectious effect on her audience and listeners. With influences such as fellow luminaries Mary J Blige, Amy Winehouse, Beyonce, Toni Braxton and Frank Ocean, ZALI possesses a powerful vocal range honed through years of vigorous vocal training to produce a sound reminiscent of old school R&B mixed with Pop-soul.

Striving to make listeners feel the story behind her music, and to share her world – ZALI is currently gearing up to release her brand new Single ‘Girls Like Us’, out November 10th 2017. For the past few months, she has immersed herself in her music in preparation to emerge as an artist to be reckoned with in the industry. With the release of her first single ‘Can’t stop’, the talented singer and songwriter was ready to begin a new journey to show and prove that she has exactly what it takes to be a star. The infectious tune has amassed over 100,000 streams worldwide on Spotify and is winning fans over at every chance. The production showcases ZALI’s distinct blend of soulful and upbeat sounds guaranteed to capture the hearts of it’s listeners. And with the anticipated release of her upcoming single ‘Girls Like Us’ ZALI is telling us SHE IS HERE!

After being dubbed as a rising star to watch following her intoxicating performance at the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) for Culture Night Ireland 2017, She was then invited to perform live at JOE.ie. Don’t miss a chance to see her live and in action pushing the limits to her performances and vocal abilities through her ever-changing art.

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