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Alessa Ray Releases Music Video For “Game Over”

Rising South American pop artist Alessa Ray has unleashed her infectious ​new music video​ for her latest single “Game Over”. The hypnotic video adds vibrant textures to the electro/tango fueled single that will be included in her upcoming 2019 EP.

Alessa Ray has been busy through the Fall season working in the studio and in front of the camera creating exciting content to push her latest singles including “Game Over” and “Mamacita”. Ray once again teamed up with video producer ZANE to create a thrilling, dance floor moving new music video for ​“Game Over”​, which was released this AM via Youtube and previewed exclusively by Amazing Website. “Game Over” is a song many can relate to about breakup and the video’s energy, music and her forward fashion pulses with international influences including Tango, electronic and Latin pop.

Known all throughout her home country of Paraguay, Alessa Ray has now been turning heads in Los Angeles with weekly live performances and consistent new music being released almost monthly. This emerging songwriter and producer knows a thing or two about traditional South American music and blends her proud ethnic heritage with larger than life pop, dynamic fashion sense and mainstream trends that gives Ray her unique flavor. Ray is bilingual, singing in both English and Spanish on many of her songs including her Salsa tinged pop track “Mamacita”. With an unwavering work ethic, fans can expect to hear much from Alessa Ray in 2019, including her debut EP that will include “Game Over”.

“Game Over” is available now on ​Spotify​and ​Apple Music​, and the music video is out now on Youtube. Ray’s music has already been praised by the media in sources including Music Connection, Hunnypot Radio, La Mezcla, ​Celebmix​, Sidewalks TV, Popdust and more.

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