Albanian singer-songwriter, Era Istrefi, is back with her highly anticipated new song “No I Love Yous” featuring French Montana as the next promotional single off her debut album.
Albanian singer-songwriter, Era Istrefi, is back with her highly anticipated single “No I Love Yous”. The anticipated follow-up to “Redrum” showcases Era’s dynamic vocals and catchy beats featuring rapper/ producer and hitmaker
French Montana. An exclusive music video created by MTV VMAs nominated Best Director Aaron A, will also accompany the release.
Era says “Working with French was really fun. When working on “No I Love Yous” I thought his voice would be the best for the track and when he laid down his vocals it brought it to the next level.”
French Montana says “I like her style. When I heard the song, I really liked it. I’m glad we did this. HANHHHHH.”
Era’s previous hit, “Bon Bon”, took the world by storm in a matter of weeks, with over 500Million plays on its official music video and charting top 20 on Shazam and iTunes in over 20 countries.
Era is signed to Ultra Music with an EP to be released later this year. Patrick Moxey, president of Ultra Music says, “It’s exciting to start recording with the extraordinarily talented Era Istrefi and working with NESËR Music, Kosovo’s #1 Media Group”.
Ultra will be releasing Era Istrefi in the USA in collaboration with RCA Records.
“No I Love Yous” will be available on Friday, September 29th
About Era Istrefi:
Era Istrefi’s alluring voice, which seamlessly alternates back and forth between her native language Albanian and English, has won fans over in droves throughout Europe and beyond. Though many releases have defined her accomplished career, Era’s most smashing track to date, “Bon Bon” has experienced impressive success, racking up hundreds of millions of streams across multiple platforms, while simultaneously topping Shazam, Spotify, and iTunes charts in Europe. Her trajectory toward stardom has been pinpointed by tracks like “Mani Per Money”, “A Po Don” and “E Dehun”, all of which resulted in nearly a half a billion views on YouTube alone.