International sensation Therése Neaimé is ready to heat up the the rest of 2020 with a brand-new video to follow up her release of Dance Love. The music is designed to bring bodies straight to the dancefloor through a wildly colourful & catchy infusion of radiant sound – “Dance Love” is available everywhere online.
With a lifetime spent immersed in entertainment which covers opening for Simply Red, touring in the middle east and headlining the South Africa and Copenhagen pride to mention a few milestones. Therése Neaimé knows exactly what listeners want to hear – & with her talent, experience, commitment, & dedication, she’s delivered time & time again throughout her career.
WATCH DANCE LOVE
The vibrant spark & inspired sound of her performance on “Dance Love” is a bold reflection of her genuine love of the craft, every bit as much as it reveals her remarkable professionalism, stunning vocals, and the true X-factor of an artist destined to live on the top spots of charts & playlists worldwide.
Join Therése Neaimé as she lights up the globe with a brilliant combination of Latin/Pop/Soul sound this year and celebrates the pure joy of music with each and every one of YOU listening.
“Dance Love” is the anthem for 2020.
Throughout the summer of 2020, Dance Love has been a No 1 Hit at London Radio station, londonfm.digital and a huge International hit in South Africa on The Digital Voice of Africa, Bafana FM. London FM said about the release:
“THERÉSE NEAIMÉ never fails to deliver as she warms us up with her incredible voice and super melodic middle eastern flavoured pop that makes us dream of the sea and freedom, This is a pure pop winner and one of the best releases of 2020” – Londonfm.digital
Therése Neaimé is back with the official video for one of her best singles to-date and we can’t wait to share it with you!
Hear Dance Love on Spotify
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