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Miss Tati Drops The Smoothest Visuals Of The Year In ‘Don’t Let Go’

Norway-based Angolan singer Miss Tati takes over a multicolored dance floor in her latest music video for "Don't Let Go."


Miss Tati is a budding singer and dancer born in Portugal to Angolan parents. Now, based in Norway, she’s been steadily releasing infectious pop songs shaped by her tricultural background and varied musical influences from the likes of Bilal, D’angelo, Sade and Chaka Khan.

Miss Tati’s lively new single “Don’t Let Go” lays a whistled melody atop funk guitars and a crisp beat. "The song is Motown in club music tempo,” Miss Tati says. “It's about moving on no matter the outcome of the choices you make. It tells people to follow their passion and not care about what others may think."

The track’s accompanying visuals, directed by Fill In Productions, take things to a multicolored dance floor where Tati and her friends whirl around as silhouettes in one of the smoothest videos we’ve seen this year. “Don’t Let Go” is available now on Itunes, Spotify and Tidal via Tellé Records. Watch the music video below.

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