In Studio with Nayah

9 November 2015

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Representing France at the 44th annual Eurovison song contest, Nayah has never ceased since to enchant an ever-growing eclectic audience, both in France and abroad. After her album “I Am” released in 2013, Nayah is now working with a new team. From this fruitful collaboration  a new album came to light, profoundly human and full of positive thoughts. A new world awaits you with four main titles: “Immortals”, “Do not erase tomorrow”, “It’s no longer a secret” or “The day you leave”. A genesis for some people, a truth for her. Nayah, a voice that goes straight to our hearts and souls.

Contact Geffray-Simon Music: 06 52 27 40 49

Contact Neva Prod : neva.musicprod@gmail.com
Website : www.nayah.fr

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