Nazar has released his new single “Voodoo” from his forthcoming album A / B Test, along with a brand-new music video.
Musician and activist Nazar, who makes “music of the world, for the world”, has released his new single “Voodoo” from his forthcoming album A / B Test, along with a brand-new music video he generated using AI.
This energetic, alternative rock, guitar-led track contains upbeat riffs and rhythm, and catchy lyrics and imagery. It also showcases Nazar’s vocal talent, reminding us of Alex Vans & The Hideaway. “I’m on fire / I’m a 7-army nation / And I require / Just a little information,” he opens. The chorus is straightforward: “I’m not cracking up (Cuckoo) / I’m not showing up / I’m all out of love / Voodoo”. Nazar guides the listener through a journey: “Put your faith in me,” he sings.
The lyric video is a fitting companion to the song as it matches its mood, depicting images of various nature and city skylines, beginning (and ending) with New York and its Statue of Liberty.
“Born in Greece, and raised in California and Cyprus, Nazar has lived and worked in over 20 countries including the U.S., parts of Latin America, Europe, and Asia, and his music is inspired by the many people and cultures he has interacted with over the years in his work as a global entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist. His music combines the meaningful lyrics and impassioned vocals of folk rock, the strong hooks and catchiness of pop, and an international cross-border appeal, all of which blend together to make for truly original and compelling songs. He believes that music is one of the things that unites us all as humans, and can also be a powerful catalyst for change, and he enjoys channeling his feelings and experiences into songs as a way to try and inspire hope and optimism in the world.”
Learn more about Nazar at his website, and find more exciting new music on our Alchemical Multigenre Mixdown playlist on YouTube and Spotify.
Emma Page, a recent Journalism graduate of The George Washington University, possesses a passion for music journalism and storytelling in all its forms. Originally from Baltimore, MD, when she is not writing, she can be found at a local concert or making music of her own.
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