Dianña Releases New Music Video For “Andale Yeehaw”

Latin Country Artist Dianña

Though she’s written, recorded, and performed in the R&B, rap, rock, pop, gospel, and alternative genres – working with talents from Snoop Dogg to Amy Grant – Dianña is most known for her innovations in the Latin Country genre. That’s right: this revolutionary artist has combined the best parts of Latin and country music for a new genre that’s sure to get you singing – and dancing – along.

In addition to her songwriting and lead vocal talents, thanks to her ability to sing in several languages, Dianña is a sought-after harmony vocalist. “Leaving You Behind,” a pop ballad written for Emii, hit several Billboard music charts and reached over one million streams when it was released. She’s passionate about philanthropy, and has written and performed songs in support of Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure and Breast Cancer Award Ceremonies (“Stand Up & Live Strong” and “I Know I’m Beautiful”) and CBS Studio’s Larger Than Life L.A. Family: Improving the Lives of Children with Cancer (“Live, Love & Laugh”), as well as several other charities ranging from Katrina Disaster Relief to battered women’s and homeless shelters to Saint Martin’s Animal Rescue.

Previously nominated for a Billboard Music Award as a songwriter, now, Dianña has released “Andale Yeehaw”, her debut single as a lead artist. Fusing together the iconic instruments found in Latin music with the southern vocal stylings of country music, Dianña has created a sound that is reminiscent of her artistic inspirations and childhood cultures. For the “Andale Yeehaw” video, she heads to a country western bar, but there’s no time for a siesta: she leads the whole room in a line dance that blends the Latin and country influences she’s known for. No one else could bring these two genres together like Dianña, and as she gets the crowd to join in on the fun, we’re reminded that it doesn’t matter your background – music and dancing are for everyone and every culture!

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