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Hannah Monds – “I Wanna Love You”

This past Friday R&B / Pop artist Hannah Monds released the visual to her new song, “I Wanna Love You.”  With a sexy dance choreographed by Chris Season, Hannah Monds gracefully moves across the roof in heels giving fans an up close look at her skills dancing and singing. 

“When I do my music I always see the visual first, so when I first made I Wanna Love You, I envisioned myself in the city on top of a building. My choreographer, Chris Season and I came up with the concept to turn the top of the building into a stage. Then we got together with director David Hulbert who put the look together adding stage elements to the roof top giving it the over all presence of an epic stage performance,” Hannah said. 

Previously audio of the single gained attention with Billboard as the infamous media brand asked Hannah to take over the @BillboardHipHop Instagram page upon the record’s release.

“I Wanna Love You” was initially recorded and written by Hannah herself, but the song features additional lyrics on the hook from artist/songwriter, Kes Kross. Additionally a trio of engineers and producers worked on this song to bring it to the final version that listeners will hear today. 

“I haven’t had music out for that long and for people to react to it like this, it’s exciting for me and it shocked me.  I think as artists, and I can speak for myself when I say this, but I’m super critical of my own stuff and my music is different from what is out in today’s popular music on radio,” Hannah Monds said.  

The track was produced by Tec Beatz and mixed and mastered by Yonni  who has previously worked with Justin Bieber, Trey Songz, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Missy Elliott, Nicki Minaj and 2Chainz.

“I Wanna Love You” alsogot additional mixing and mastering by Jean Marie Horvat known for his work most recently on Rae Sremmurd’s “Powerglide” and previously with Janet Jackson. 

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