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Jvanz Releases Latin Inspired Single “Mi Amor” ft. Bunlo

Jvanz continues to fire up the canadian music scene with a brand new Latin flavored record, “Mi Amor”, featuring Latin rapper ​Bunlo​. His last single, “The One”, only came out a month ago with rising super producer Snyder, which had a heavy dance/edm rhythm, “Mi Amor” is a completely new sound from Jvanz and really shows his diversity as an indie artist. Released on Friday, August 14, “Mi Amor” is bound to be on every dance playlist including yours, with it’s infectious sound. Take a listen to the new single, below! 

“Mi Amor” is the perfect summer feel, as soon as the song starts it sucks you with non stop energy, catchy lyrics and immediately makes you want to dance, ending with a full latin verse from Bunlo. This song already sounds like it should be playing in every club and on the radio. This hit was produced in collaboration across borders between ​Lavish Beats ​and Snyder.

Jvanz is a very unique rising indie artist to watch as he has only sped up in progress during the pandemic, with virtual show bookings and has already amassed over 500,000+ streams with support from Apple Music officials. All this with only a few singles released and he is 100% independent, writing all of his own music, shooting his own videos with no label support and was just interviewed by ​Rolling Stone​ discussing how he is remaining independent with smart marketing.

“Making ‘Mi Amor’ was a vibe like no other. As soon as the producer started playing the melody, I instantly knew that this song was gonna be different from anything else I’ve ever made. The words came to my mind instantly and this super-hot, summer dance track was born. I just want people to feel the energy and heat that I feel when they listen to this song and dance in the club. ‘Mi Amor’ is hands down my favourite track out to date.” – Jvanz

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