International Artist Shanna Kress Releases Visuals To New Single "Hittin"

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MIAMI - eTradeWire -- International Recording artist Shanna Kress officially releases the visuals to her most recent single "Hittin" whichserves as the second single for the French TV Starturned independent artist who's rapidly growing fan base and millions of streams have made her an artist to watch for 2019.

Directed by Alphamale Visuals, the dark yet intriguing visuals take you through a vampire queens' emergence and quest for blood. Embodying the female Dracula; she's sassy, dominant, and preying on the weakness of her men while spitting catchy animated bars.

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"Hittin" as well as "V.I.C" were recorded in Miami's Criteria Studios, formally known as The Hit Factory, and produced by Superstar Beats, known for his collaborations with G-Herbo, Flipp Dinero, Young Thug, Tekashi 6ix9ine and more.

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Shanna released her first hip hop single V.I.C back in February, clocking in a million in views and surpassing that number in streams collectively over all digital streaming platforms. Having no plan to slow down anytime soon Shanna and her management team have an EP in the works with a series of supporting visuals and performances.

About Shanna Kress

Originally from the South of France, Shanna Kress developed her love for hip hop culture in her homeland. After garnering the attention of French television producers, Kress became the star of "Les Marseillais" running for 6 seasons and has graced the cover of many magazines and international publications, including People of France. In 2017, Shanna took a leap of faith and relocated to "The Magic City" to pursue her dreams as an artist and creative. Exposing her talents internationally has grown Shanna Kress' social media audience to over 5 million supporters collectively putting her on the forefront as a force to be reckoned with in an oversaturated market of indie-artists.


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