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RuZanna Releases First Radio Single "You Don't Know How To Love" With Independent Record Label JMWest Entertainment
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LOS ANGELES, Calif., March 18, 2014 - International alternative pop recording artist/songwriter RuZanna released her first radio single "You Don't Know How To Love" with Beverly Hills based record label JMWest Entertainment this week.
RuZANNA draws her musical influences from artists across genres, ranging from Portishead and Dépêche Mode to Sting and even Rachmaninoff.
"Growing up in Kokshetau Kazakhstan, I sought out different styles of music. I listened to pop and alternative rock and also to genres like funk, dub, jazz and reggae. I love quality music, it doesn't matter what the style is."
"You Don't Know How To Love" is one of many singles emerging from the collaboration between RuZanna and record producer and composer Jean-Michel Soupraya. "RuZanna," says Soupraya, "is that special type of recording artist that we all long to work with – there is a meeting of the minds, a true collaboration. She brings so much to the table and her soul is as solid as her vocals."
What draws people in to RuZanna's music is her trademark long steady siren's call, the purity of her vocal, the universal messages woven through her self-penned lyrics and, of coarse, her seductive sound.
With a full EP soon to be released, you can expect much more from RuZANNA in coming singles. "I sing with my heart. I'm very sincere. I'm open; my soul is open."
The singles vying for inclusion in RuZanna's upcoming EP include "Will You Be There" an acoustic ballad sung in both English and Kazakh, "Let it Out" an up-tempto electronic anthem, "What's Tomorrow Gonna Bring" an aggressive up-tempo song with a pop-rock feel, the sassy mid-tempo pop infused, "Never Never," and of course "You Don't Know How To Love," an epic ambient love song. Her ability to carry the same steady soul of herself as she plays with elements of different genres, incorporating them into her own, is a rare and beautiful thing.
"RuZanna," adds composer/arranger Franck Gelibert, "is what I call a real musician. She has the talent, the heart, the skill, and the discipline to match the greats."
Taking the stage with both a full band and a team of talented dancers, RuZanna delivers a powerful set that entrances the crowd, moves them to new highs and leaves them wanting more.
"I want to create the style of music I love: music made with the soul, music that is pleasant not only for the ears but for the mind as well."
You can keep an eye on RuZanna and her latest releases at www.ruzannamusic.com.