Introducing Rowana

Ooh Na Na + The Shore

Available from 05/14/21

A-side – Ooh Na Na
B-side – The Shore

Rowana is a singer/songwriter born in Schiedam, The Netherlands. Music was always a passion in her life, influenced by Amy Winehouse, Lady Gaga, Wu-Tang and her mother who was also singing and performing.  

After losing her father by suicide, who was dealing with an immense battle of addictions, writing lyrics became like therapy. “I hope to give an insight of my feelings and struggles and maybe have people understand the meaning of me and who I have become. Hopefully it will give strength to people in need”. 

A-side – “Ooh Na Na”

“Ooh Na Na” was written to empower women all over the world and let them know they’ve something more to say. This song really has some strong vocal tones and lyrics which can give you the right energy at the right time. The overall production of this song is inspired and influenced by “Amy Winehouse” and “The Wu-Tang Clan”. This definitely can be heard from the beginning to the end, the outro, which has an unexpected surprise up ahead…

A lyrics video was recently added to Youtube:

B-side – “The Shore”

“The Shore” was made to bring back that feeling you should get when you hear that good old 80’s-90’s song again after not hearing it for a long while. And that is just the thing when you hear it for the first time! It’s a mix of the early Michael Jackson blended with new elements from nowadays. “The Shore” can really make your day a lot easier to get through, no matter what the problems and struggles are. The song is a pleasing and comfort journey to consolation, joy and rest. So step in and enjoy the ride!

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