Nini Iris, hailing from Georgia, has just dropped her latest single, “Lovesong,” a beautiful mix of folk and pop that reflects her upbringing in Tbilisi. Surrounded by the rich sounds of Georgian folk music during her childhood, Nini’s musical style is deeply influenced by her roots. Her impressive performance on the 24th season of The Voice, where she sang “I See Red” by Everybody Loves An Outlaw, captivated the judges and led her to join Niall Horan’s team. Known for her unconventional song choices like Radiohead’s “Karma Police” and The Cure’s “Lovesong,” Nini Iris has always stood out.

“Lovesong” is a powerful track that showcases Nini’s ability to translate her life experiences into music. Her emotive vocals and heartfelt lyrics make the song relatable and touching. Following the success of her previous single “Psycho,” produced with Matt Chiaravalle, Nini has continued to make a name for herself with her unique blend of pop and folk. “Psycho” was well-received, highlighting her talent and versatility.

Nini’s background in Tbilisi’s diverse musical landscape has significantly shaped her artistic journey. Her decision to compete on The Voice marked the start of a new chapter, bringing her unique voice to a wider audience. From local fame in Tbilisi’s night scene to national recognition, Nini’s path has been marked by determination and a fresh artistic approach.

“Lovesong” is now available for streaming, offering listeners a glimpse into Nini Iris’s evolving musical story. By combining her cultural heritage with contemporary pop elements, Nini continues to create music that resonates with a wide audience, building on her impressive musical journey.

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