Miami, Florida Mar 11, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – March 11th marks a very special day for the worldwide artists, International Nova. He is finally releasing the long-awaited single “Dale”. The title has already made its debut on “Covenant”, a show covered by ALLBLK, a segment of AMC. Just like the song set the mood for the show, it will also set the mood for current and new fans. The spicy hit is bound to consume the airwaves after it tackles every digital platform.
For those who seek a quicker way of embracing the track, it will be available for pre-sale on March 3rd. Only top listeners will gain access to the exclusive title before it is even released! Whether you are making a tik tok or dancing by yourself in your room, the bop will be the perfect song to dance to. An urban delight, “Dale” will have everyone moving no matter the color, age, or country.
This will be International Nova’s first single of the year, as he wanted nothing but perfection. However, this will not be the only accomplishment for Nova. He is also on track to create incredible collaborations this year alone! His fans can expect features from K-Pop artists and other big Latin entertainers. He is set to live up to his name and spread his talent with different artists across the globe.
The rapper and producer are also looking forward to continuing his work behind the scenes. He is currently working on the production of R&B singer Ne-Yo’s upcoming show! There is a lot on International Nova’s plate but he is ready to serve a piping hot plate of fun this year. Boring is not a word that Nova allows in his vocabulary in his personal life, career, nor fan interactions. Make a connection with the hip-hop sensation on his Instagram @internationalnova and Twitter @novabxprince and be sure to download “Dale” on March 11th!
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