Alan Murin and IOVA’s Electrifying Collaboration, “Still Love You,” Takes the Global Stage

Alan Murin and IOVA's Electrifying Collaboration, "Still Love You," Takes the Global Stage

In a groundbreaking international release, Alan Murin and Romanian singer IOVA have released their highly anticipated track, “Still Love You,” on February 22nd, 2024. Following two years of dedicated contributions to the Slovak music scene and achieving an esteemed “A” rating as a local artist, Alan Murin is now poised to make a lasting impact on the world music stage.

The collaboration with IOVA, known for her soulful vocals and emotive performances, marks a significant milestone for both artists as they join forces to create a track that transcends borders and resonates with audiences globally.

“Stil Love You” showcases a fusion of Alan Murin’s signature sound and IOVA’s distinctive voice, resulting in a dynamic and emotionally charged musical experience. The song delves into universal themes of love and resilience, offering listeners a compelling narrative that crosses cultural boundaries.

The music video for “Still Love You” adds another layer to the storytelling, featuring Alan Murin in the warm sunlight of Los Angeles, on its streets and beach walks, and IOVA in a story-like winter scenery of Ljubljana, Slovenia. Directed by the talented Anze Scrube, known for his choreography and stage design work for Chris Brown, the video blends vibrant urban and serene winter scenes, depicting the emotions of a hot and cold heartbreak dynamic.

The international collaboration is further enriched by the contribution of Romanian producer Serban Cazan, whose expertise and creative input have played a crucial role in shaping the sonic landscape of “Still Love You.” Cazan, renowned for his work with various international artists such as Rita Ora, has brought his distinctive touch to the production, elevating the track to new heights.

“The song is a mirror of the struggle with oneself, but also the desire to find the true self,” says Alan Murin. In the novelty, he opens hidden wounds and admits the depth of his love and disappointment from it.

Fans can find “Still Love You” on major streaming platforms, and the video is available on various online channels.

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