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WATCH: ZĀNA Unveils Music Video for “Call Ya”

The rising pop songstress bares all in the new visual.

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Rising pop songstress ZĀNA bares all in new video for “Call Ya!”

The all too relatable track gives us an inside look at the raw emotion and questions that come with the ups and downs of relationships.

The video, shot in Lower Manhattan, New York City, shares the story of when things seem perfect, and then out of nowhere everything changes, leaving us feeling lost and confused. “Call Ya” was written by Zāna and produced by Big Len.

“It was such a long process getting “Call Ya” to where it is now but writing this song was a serious wake up call for me in my personal life and my career,” shares Zāna. “I’m hella excited to share this piece of me with everyone and am so grateful to all the lovely people who were a part of it and who helped me get the  video’s look and feel exactly to where I wanted.”

Zāna, a versatile musician with a sultry voice, incorporates influences from different genres and cultures, such as Arabic and Latin, to create her unique sound that she describes as “gypsy-pop”. The rising star has collaborated with Grammy winning producers Tim Mitchell (Bob Seger, Shakira) and George Noriega (Ricky Martin, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez).

Watch the music video for “Call Ya” below.

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Written by Jozie Schroder

Jozie is the executive editor and head of photography for Celeb Secrets and Celeb Secrets Country. She is a student at the University of Miami majoring in finance and minoring in public relations. When she is not with her sister Juliet coordinating business plans or attending red carpets, she can be seen as a dancer on the University of Miami Hurricanettes team, where she also runs the organization's social media accounts.

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