Ariana Savalas – What Do You Wanna Know

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Ariana Savalas invites you into a part of her world that goes beyond the colorful allure of her burlesque self in her latest emotionally moving single ‘What Do You Wanna Know.

It has been a constant journey of musical prowess for the glamourous Californian – born star Ariana Savalas, with one flawless project following the next, the latest bewitching addition is her dazzling new single ‘What Do You Wanna Know’.

Graced by stunning melismatic vocal melodies, intertwining a velvety tome with roaring rasping power. With its classic rock ballad flair, driving the choruses forward, ‘What Do  You Wanna Know’ effortlessly embraces tropes of classic alt-pop. Projected from a real place of sentiment, there is a moving essence of vulnerability that comes along with the lyrics ab vocal delivery. The narrator is chained to past memories of hurt, becoming a cage stopping her from flying out and finding her true meaning in life.

Ariana Savalas is an artist who can do it all, singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and dancer, Now, after two years since the release of her debut studio album ‘The Dead Dance’ Savalas has her latest  studio album in the works.’What Do You Wanna Know’ will be the first single released off of her upcoming album.

Ariana has become a household name throughout the industry, notably as one of the founding members of the swing and jazz sensation that is Postmodern Jukebox. Featuring some of the channel’s most illustrious covers, her videos alone have garnered 200 million views. The   Savalas name has been up there, dazzling in the lights even before Ariana was around with her Academy Award-nominated father Telly Savalas. Telly had a monumental career, acting in some of the biggest shows and films as well as gaining a number 1 spot on the UK s Top of the Pops.

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Written by: Tara

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