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Nilüfer Yanya has shared a new video for a reworked version of 'H34T RISES', shot by her sister in Istanbul

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Published: 11:49 am, October 08, 2019
Nilüfer Yanya has shared a new video for a reworked version of 'H34T RISES', shot by her sister in Istanbul

Nilüfer Yanya has shared a new video for a reworked version of 'H34T RISES', shot by her sister Molly Daniel in Istanbul.

A track the originally featured on her debut album 'Miss Universe', the clip coincides with her world tour, which arrives in the UK later this month and includes a night at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire (19th November).

“I felt really lucky I was able to work with Dave Okumu on this," says Nilüfer of the track, "there was a lot to learn just being in the room with him. I had the rough demo and beat on my phone for maybe a year, but it wasn’t until the lyrics were fully realised that that it really took shape as a song for me. The original track works perfectly in the album but when I decided to re-release it as a single, I thought a few changes to the mix and structure might help it jump out more and that’s where ‘H34T RISES’ came from.”

Check out 'H34T RISES' below.

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