Rising songstress SaVannah, has released a fire new single titled “How I Do It“. Released under Roc Nations Equity Distribution platform, this is by far her biggest release to date. As they focus on helping artist maintain control of their releases while benefiting from optimal reach, SaVannah partnering with them was a match made in heaven.
On this song, you will hear the Maryland native harmonizing about being in a lane of her own, drinking on D’usse living her best life. Some notable lyrics from this release include “Ain’t no competition it’s a danger zone, it’s known game is over when the lights come on.” Her raw confidence and ethereal tone of voice, gives music lovers a unique listening experience from beginning to end. The uptempo electric beat helps SaVannah’s original sound thrive like never before.
To give her fans a more appealing vibe to “How I Do It” she released a 90’s inspired visual filmed by Pablo Fant. With the help of Devin White and the songstress herself, the trio created a energetic body of work, conveying her artistic vision. Her on camera presence and sexy demeanor, are two reasons why this rising star ready for the big leagues!
To ensure that her momentum and success carries on Rel Carter, Director of A&R for Roc Nation and nephew of rap mogul Jay-Z, is overseeing her forthcoming album, in which this single will appear. As she continues to balance being a mother, wife, and recording artist, she is making sure her musical dreams shine in prime time.
Press play below to stream SaVannah’s “How I Do It”.
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