ANNA releases the single “I GOT IT” in collaboration with the historic Republic Records label

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ANNA returns with new music. I GOT IT it is the single that inaugurates the artist’s new recording history.

The song, written by ANNA herself and produced by Sadturs, Kiid, Adam11 and Usa Beats (out Friday 19 January 2024), is a direct and incisive rap song in the name of ‘self-empowerment’.

The video clip was shot by an American crew and sees ANNA moving through the streets of New York, getting out of a pink lacquered sports car and showing off bright outfits.



The artist was in the Big Apple for a special occasion: ANNA will in fact be represented in the United States by REPUBLIC RECORDS (part of Universal Music Group), “home” of some of the brightest stars of world music such as Nicki Minaj, Drake , The Weeknd, Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift.

Republic Records will therefore be a partner in the new recording project of ANNA, who turned out to be the most listened to female artist in Italy on Spotify in 2023 (still maintaining the record).

Also this year Anna was chosen as the only Italian artist to be included in the official soundtrack of “FAST”, the last film in the saga of Fast and Furious with Vin Diesel, with a special version of “Bando” specially created. Collaborations in the hits have also been released “Black glasses” (4 Platinum) by AVA and Capo Plaza, “Rings and Necklaces” (Platinum) by Artie 5ive and “Everyday” (2xPlatinum) by Takagi & Ketra with Shiva and Geolier.


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