DISCOVER: The Neversea Festival 2018 Official Anthem Is A Reinvention Of Manuel Riva’s Song “Miami” Featuring Alexandra Stan

We have a whole new version of the beyond addicting track “Miami” by Manuel Riva featuring Alexandra Stan. The song has been chosen as the Neversea Festival official anthem 2018 and sees the lyrics slightly changed from Miami to Neversea.

We loved the original version, but this one totally makes us want to go to the Neversea Festival. It is held in Constanta, Romania, which is the hometown of Alexandra Stan. She even mentioned that she attended the festival last year and now she’s beyond proud that her featured song is the anthem for it.

This year the festival will take place on 5 July – 8 July 2018. It has an amazing line-up including The Script, John Newman, Steve Aoki, Alan Walker, Pendulum, Chase & Status, Jonas Blue, Armin van Buuren, Redfoo, Axwell ^ Ingrosso, Hardwell, Scooter, Eats Everything, and Steve Angello.

The song is pretty similar to the original “Miami” with some changed lyrics that still completely works with the song. Alexandra Stan impresses for a second time with her vocals and the change in words do not change her emphasis or emotion. She clearly loves this song as much as the rest of us.

According to Spotify, this version was written by Cristian Sorin Ochiu, Geroge Emanuel Calin, and Zgarbura Robert Constantin. It’s rhythmically groovy and we just love the backing track by Manuel Riva. This would totally work as an instrumental too because of the summery beats and the tranquil pulse of the track.

Listen To The Neversea 2018 Official Anthem By Manuel Riva Featuring Alexandra Stan Here:

“Neversea”, the official 2018 anthem of the Neversea Festival 2018, by Manuel Riva feat. Alexandra Stan, is available to download and stream right now.

What do you make of Manuel Riva’s “Neversea” featuring Alexandra Stan? Do you prefer “Neversea” or “Miami“? We can’t choose. Tell us all your thoughts on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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