It’s still rare these days to hear a song with a positive message, much less a good song with a positive message. So a big thanks goes to Vullnet Neziri and Curtisay for making positive messages cool again. This song delivers via lyrics and hook how you can make your dreams come true if you stay true to them, and it does it in a way that it sticks in your head after you’ve heard the song. That’s what it takes, nowadays, to get a message, any message, across. If only more people used thatpower for good. Bravo!
About Vullnet Neziri
Finding the heart of a song and bringing it life for eager ears is not a skill all are able to master; those that can though make a vivaciously memorable proposition.
Macedonia born singer Vullnet Neziri is one with that ability.
With an instinctive love for music since a child, his vocal craft and charm, as well as musical ability, has blossomed into an ear grabbing proposition which saw Vullnet chosen and featured on THE VOICE OF ALBANIA in 2013.
There was a recognised maturity to his voice and style which took attention; an essence which has grown and been further honed in the subsequent busy time since that success as Vullnet built towards the release of his debut single in 2015.
Written by Academy Award and Grammy Award nominated, Golden Globe winning songwriter Diane Warren, ‘You Got Me’ shone with Vullnet’s harmonic prowess and emotive expression, eventually peaking at No.9 on the Official European Independent Music Chart.
Its warm fusion of country rock and pop was met with increasing success and support whilst also providing a potent teaser for his debut album which is currently in the works.
Featuring songs written by a variety of top songwriters and producers, the album will be a multi-flavoured proposal revealing the depth of Vullnet’s musical tastes and styles.
Vullnet followed up that release with Rollercoaster in 2016 and as we roll into 2017, he releases his third single ‘Someday I’ll Be Somebody’.
His album You Got Me will be released later in 2017.
The new release is a collaboration with a Jamaican rapper Curtisay written by Diane Warren. The video was shot on location in Jamaica and Italy. It was previously a hit for Justin Bieber.