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Naluda: Interview with singer-songwriter Anna Duboc and her new single “First Love”

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Check out our interview with popular singer-songwriter Anna Duboc who just released her new single for “First Love” starring Nickelodeon’s Thomas Kuc today!

To date, Anna Duboc, has over 41 million streams on all platforms, and she is just getting started. “At only 16, multi-hyphenate Anna Duboc has had quite the impressive career between her popular YouTube videos and cross-genre performances with artists including Katy Perry, Kenny Loggins and Andrea Bocelli.” -ECHO- Anna Duboc co-writes and co-produces her new single, “First Love,” with Matias Mora (Katy Perry, Cyn).

Tell us about your new single and video “First Love” What’s the story behind the song?

The song is about having someone from your past haunt you even if your over the person/over the situation you went through with them. For me, it was being completely over a person i considered my first love yet he still showed up either on my phone or in random thoughts daily.

Now tell us about the video and working with Nickelodeon’s star Thomas Kuc?

It’s always great to work with Thomas, this is my second video with him now, the first being “Promises from Hell.” Thomas plays the person who is haunting me; he appears around me and I feel him watching me or see him in mirrors, but I never see him when I turn around like he’s just a figment of my imagination. It has a 50s-60s feel to it which I love too.

How was working with with Matias Mora?

I love working with Matias. We work very well together and it’s always fun to watch them develop a track around the subject, melodies and lyrics I write. It’s a great working chemistry and I look forward to working with them more.

What is the most rewarding part of your work?

Being able to watch my friends listen to the song and actually listen to it on their own time, it makes the work worth it.

If you weren’t in music, what would you be up to right now?

Probably extra school classes or studying theatre.

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