Pop star group Citizen Queen Releases New Debut Original Single “Call Me Queen” Featured along with Official Video
The new first original single “Call Me Queen” features a powerful pop/R&B rallying cry, wrapped firmly in self-empowerment and swagger via RCA Records. Working with some of the hottest writers and producers in the industry, “Call Me Queen” is written by pop maverick Justin Tranter, Grammy-Award winning female hit-making duo NOVA WAV, and Shawn Serrano aka Shawn Wasabi. The track was produced by NOVA WAV and co-produced by Shawn Wasabi.
Justin Tranter shares about the new single, “These brilliant young women are exactly what a girl group should be in 2020. Diverse, inclusive, passionate, loving and truly dedicated to every detail of their craft. They don’t take their extraordinary vocal gifts for granted for one second.”
Dressed in stunning outfits embellished with Swarovski crystals, the group also releases the accompanying music video, which was directed by Lauren Dunn (The Weeknd) and choreographed by Jamaica (Justin Bieber, Usher, Ciara). It showcases the girls’ powerful vocals and dance skills as they prepare their heist to reclaim their rightful crowns.
NOVA WAV says, “When we met the girls we were swept away by their vocal ability and undoubtable uniqueness. We’ve had the pleasure of working with some of the greats like Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Ariana…and we must say that we see the same star quality in Citizen Queen and are excited about our future together!”
“Citizen Queen has always been five best friends that love to sing together, love each other for our differences as much as our similarities, and respect each other for that very same reason,” says Kaedi. “We’re taking that energy into this new chapter of our story!”
Citizen Queen has spent the better part of the year developing an arsenal of slickly-produced, superbly sung R&B-laced pop bangers and ballads. More to come from Citizen Queen soon.
Earlier this year, Citizen Queen released non-stop covers of “Everybody Business”, “Best Part” and Billie Eilish’s “bad Guy”