INNA Teases The Official Music Video To “Nirvana”

She surprised us all yesterday with the announcement of her new album, the title release and the album cover. Now, INNA surprises us again with a teaser for her new music video. On November 28, 2017, we will get the official music video for INNA’s new song “Nirvana” which will also be the title of her upcoming fifth studio album.

This teasing clip doesn’t reveal much about the song or the upcoming music video. What we do know is that it will be released on Global Records – which we expected; and, it has a professional quality to it – which we also expected.

Watch INNA’s Teasing Clip For The “Nirvana” Music Video Here:

Taking place in a neon-lit alleyway, we watch INNA strut in some black boots, dressed in tiger-print shorts and a matching jacket. It’s not the first time we’ve seen her wear this brand, the same clothing brand can be found in her “Ruleta” music video featuring Erik. In another shot, her boots seem pink – or it could just be the light.

The clip is giving us “Club Rocker” vibes, what with the clips of the cars. Could INNA be heading back to street racing? Only time will tell – be ready on November 28, 2017.

We presume this track will be the lead track from her fifth studio album of the same name, which we expect will be released in December. Make sure you check out our article about her revealing the album cover.

INNA Asks “What’s Your ‘Nirvana'”?

In promotion of the new single and album, she asked her fans what their “Nirvana” is, and then followed it up with a series of Instagram posts with screengrabs of what her fans said, as well as what her “Nirvana” is. Check them out below:

What do you make of INNA’s music video teaser for “Nirvana”? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

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