Shanice Releases Debut Song “I Got You”
Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Shanice released her debut song “I Got You” along with a music video.
The track was written by Shanice Dilara Alexandre Özbicer, and Mark J. Feist, who also produced it.
The accompanying video was directed by Aramis Duran.
“I wrote it wanting to make everyone who listened to it feel good energy and a little strength even,” Shanice said of the song. “‘I Got You’ funnily enough, I wrote in about 15-20 minutes. Mark (Feist) was producing the beat and I was sitting on the couch behind him, listening to what he was doing. It was just so great that I immediately had a million ideas and the melody and lyrics came to me very naturally.”
- At the age of 14, she competed in the German version of the nationally televised and worldwide franchise The Voice Kids, finishing as runner-up among a competition field of over 2,000 singers.
After high school, Shanice moved to Surrey, England to attend the very exclusive performing arts boarding school Hurtwood House, on their highest scholarship, which she earned over many other qualified candidates.
After graduating from Hurtwood House, Shanice went on to study music at Leeds Conservatoire, receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Pop Music.
While there, she connected with Mark Feist and Hitmakers Entertainment Label Head, who signed her immediately upon graduation.
- source : Apple Music