Format: Single Release: 26.11.2021 Label: Staudenmann ISRC: QMDA72143549 Language: English Explicit Lyrics: No Pre-order: Yes ( https://ffm.to/al1m6de )
“Please Be Mine” is a beautifully passionate Reggae song, an ode to the indescribably strong and unforgettable moments at the beginning of a love story, when you can’t experience enough closeness; moments of romantic drunkenness, when only fiery love and boundless desire count and everything else blurs in the background; moments of floating on cloud nine, when you can surrender to your feelings of longing, of being newly in love, and when every second apart from your lover is one too many.
On Friday 26 November, the Surinamese/Dutch singer Samora will release her next new tune together with none other than Turbulence. The new song will be titled “Please be Mine”. It is now possible to pre-order the song.
The talented Samora stands for an energetic, fresh and exciting music experience. Her live performances are cheerful and enthusiastic. Her appearance is as charming as it is cheerful, her voice powerful and versatile. The singer combines various different musical influences, which are mainly rooted in the modern Caribbean rhythms and which melt melody lines. Her repertoire includes songs ranging from catchy and pumping reggae tunes to fiery dancehall and Afrobeat tracks. The Surinamese Dutch artist mixes this with a good dose of soul and pop. Samora enchants her audience with her fresh and appealing style and captivates the audience with catchy songs and powerful, fat sounds. With her convincing performance and refreshing, strong stage performances, she is an extremely attractive live act.
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The 'G' rating applies to content that has nothing in theme, language, reference to sexual activity, violence, etc. which would be offensive to parents whose younger children listen. Some snippets of language may go beyond polite conversation but they are common everyday expressions. No stronger words are uttered. The reference to violence is at a minimum. Explicit references to sexual activity are not present; nor are there any references in favour of hard drug use.