2016 Eurovision Superstar Jamala Teams Up With Grammy Award Winning Producer To Create Pop Banger ‘Solo’

Solo‘ is the new pop anthem by world famous and award winning vocalist Jamala, which comes with a package of remixes by Slim Jim, Steve Mac, These Machines, and Damon Hess that is already smashing the club charts. ‘Solo’ is produced by multi-platinum producer and Grammy Award nominee, Bryan Todd.

Ukrainian recording artist Jamala, songwriter and actress who has been topping the Ukrainian charts for the past decade. She prestigiously performed at the UEFA EURO 2012 football championships to 150 countries, creating an international buzz for her performance of ‘Goal‘.  In 2014 her cinematic debut ‘The Guide‘ received critical success, winning a #1 movie at the box office. Jamala had another milestone in her career when she won the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest with her song, ‘1944‘, the video of which has had almost 5 million views.

Jamala says,

“I’m so excited about releasing ‘Solo’, I’ve had such a great response about it from DJs! And it was such a fun experience working with Bryan Todd, we make a great team.”

Jamala has had six albums, eighteen internationally successful singles. She is a judge on ‘The Voice’ in the Ukraine where she enjoys coaching younger artists and helping them to develop. She has had hundreds of millions of YouTube & Spotify streams and performs to stadium audiences around the world. Her new single Solo looks set to break Jamala in the UK, where it is already #7 in the Music Week charts.

You can listen to the original version of ‘Solo’ here, and the remix package here. Find Jamala online on her Official Website, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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