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Jazz From the Valley Wants You to Turn Up, Let Loose, & “Shake That”

Ready to hit the club? You will be after feasting your eyes and ears on the "Shake That" music video from none other than Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, rapper, and hip-hop recording artist Jazz From The Valley.

Deeply immersed in music from a young age, Jazz From The Valley moved around girl groups until realizing that her true potential could only be reached through solo music. With contagious energy and infectious pop/hip-hop hits, Jazz From The Valley is quickly proving herself as one of the hottest acts of the time.

Listeners can experience Jazz From The Valley at her best in the hot and heavy new single, "Shake That." It's a blazing track with bouncy beats and spitfire bars that liven the listener with heaps of energy. That said, the real party starts when feasting your eyes on the song's thrilling new music video.

The music video for "Shake That" is quite hilarious, but there's no denying you'll be practicing your twerking skills by the end of it. With shots of a news anchor declaring that the new phenomenon called "Shake That" is sweeping the Los Angeles suburbs, we cut to heated scenes of Jazz From The Valley and her girls turning heads at a sexy carwash.

As they cruise around the city and continue intriguing drivers to give their car a wash, Jazz From The Valley switches from various scenes to put on one hell of a performance. It's an incredibly playful and spirited music video that will leave you wanting to "Shake That" alongside Jazz From The Valley and her squad.

Undoubtedly, "Shake That" will be the next club banger taking the nightlife scene by storm. Until then, turn up and let loose with Jazz From The Valley's latest single and music video for "Shake That." Find the single on all digital streaming platforms and the music video on YouTube.

Welcome to BuzzMusic, Jazz From The Valley. What an epic music video you've released with "Shake That." What inspired you to write this blazing and upbeat song, to begin with?

I wanted to recapture some of the elements from the rappers of the 90s, and early 2000s that were talking about the things that you can relate to in everyday life and that would say things in a way without just flat out saying them. For example, the opening lines are about Social Media and what goes down in the DM’s. It is also about having fun, enjoying new experiences, and not taking yourself seriously.

How important is it to "Shake That" every day?

It’s essential to LIVE LIFE every day; you should always find time in your day to let go of the drama and the stress and “Shake That”.

Where do you draw most of your inspiration to create your music?

My inspiration is drawn from everywhere and all genres of music and artistry. I'm always inspired, from driving down the street, to everyday conversations with friends, to what happens in everyday life. If it inspires me, I can make it into a song, take a piece here and there, and make it into a song; you would never know where it came from.

What message would you like people to take away from "Shake That?"

You may not have noticed because it was spoken in Italian, but as I pay homage to Rick Ross, remember he is the Big Boss.

What's next for you?

Im currently in the studio, working on my EP set to come out at the top of 2023.

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