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SHARNA BASS Releases New Single ‘Hit & Run’

Following the release of her single ‘In Love’, an interpretation of the Anita Baker classic ‘Sweet Love’ in April, rising star Sharna Bass has returned with new single ‘Hit & Run’ out now on EGA Records.

Listen To The Track HERE

The track is the third to be taken from her forthcoming EP ‘Beautiful Chaos’ out summer 2018. Produced by Will (Big Tobz, Nathan Sykes), the track is a blissed-out summer house anthem with a dancehall-infused groove and features smooth and sultry vocals from Sharna. Speaking of the track Sharna said ‘I wanted to create a song that is lyrically about heartbreak, whilst musically still being an absolute summer banger’.

Growing up in Kilburn, Sharna was spotted singing at just 13 by chart-topping act Clean Bandit at her local community run project Tabot Mix Centre, and two years later the band got in touch with Sharna to feature on their top 10 single ‘Extraordinary’. After the success of the single Sharna started working on her own new music, and following advice from her mentor and manager to channel her pain into the music, the writing and construction of her debut EP, now called “Beautiful Chaos”, flowed freely.

With a sell-out debut London headline show at The Scotch on her 21st birthday last month and early support from the likes of DJ Target, Mistajam, Trevor Nelson and Manny Norte. Sharna is definitely one to watch in 2018.

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