INNA Drops “Dream About The Ocean” Her Fifth Promotional Single From New Album “Nirvana”

Yes, you read that right, INNA has dropped another promotional single. This is her fifth promo track she’s released from her upcoming fifth studio album “Nirvana”. This song “Dream About The Ocean” was released yesterday – 7 December 2017 – and follows up this week’s releases of “Don’t Mind“, “Tropical“, “Hands Up“, and “My Dreams“.

The “Nirvana” album release date sure is getting closer, we’ve only got three days to go. According to the tracklist that was released last week, this song is the last-but-one promotional single, considering we’ve heard every single song on the album, now, apart from “Lights”; the track of which we expect will be released today.

“Dream About The Ocean” is certainly a typical INNA song, it’s identifiable as her, and one that is filled with her typical club vibes. Released through Global Records, the track proves she’s sticking to the music she loves, whilst the rest of the album shows her versatility as an artist.

Stream INNA’s “Dream About The Ocean” Here:

This is the perfect song to listen to today because snow has fallen in the UK, so we’re all dreaming about the ocean at the minute. It does have a tropical dream-like feel to the song; there are various beats and sounds used in the backing track – we especially love the cocktail sounds; we so want to be at a cocktail bar as this song is playing.

Painting a picture throughout, INNA stuns us all with her beautiful sensual vocals – yet again. Spreading self-confidence in the verses, this incredible female Romanian singer truly brings it to this track. This is one song we could have on repeat all day, and have no regrets.

“Dream About The Ocean” is available to download and stream now. So, what are you waiting for? We cannot wait for “Nirvana” the album, to drop on 11 December.

What do you make of INNA’s “Dream About The Ocean” promotional single? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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