Tony Valor 'D'nah Nah Nah (Shaky Bum Bum)' video premiere
02 March 2018
Music-News.com is proud to host the exclusive world video premiere of 'D'nah Nah Nah (Shaky Bum Bum)' by Tony Valor.
Music-News.com is pleased to introduce you to Tony Valor, an artist with a colorful family history and even more colorful dance moves. Part Colombian, part Chinese, and part Sicilian, this multi-cultural maestro is here to reach the globe in its entirety with his internationally fused beats, youthful charm, and undeniable accessibility. His new single, "D'Nah Nah (Shaky Bum Bum)" Ft. Zuka flaunts an irresistible rhythm that exhibits a "je ne sais quoi" that's not easily ignored.
At the age of three, Valor began shadowing his father's work sitting under the console in his his studio. A famed musician of his day, Valor's father has blessed him with the gift of wisdom and sage experience. Nowadays, Tony resides in Palm Beach, Florida, but his life began on the other side of the planet, in Guangzhou, China. His multicultural upbringing equipped him with bilingual skills which he frequently uses in his lyrics, including on songs like "You're My Fantasy" and "To The Top", which consecutively landed him spots on the Billboard Dance charts.
"D'Nah Nah (Shaky Bum Bum)" Ft. Zuka is the next surefire hit by Valor, and the music video directed by Razvan Marinescu of Romania and Russell Fogle and Luis Perez of Miami, FL, serves as the perfect visual experience to match the addicting tune. Flaunting beautiful women from all over the world, the young star is a global player with the moves to back it up. Zuka spearheads a spunk-filled verse where she claims her dominance as a woman of power in the music world with this song kicking down any remaining barrier in her way.
We had a chat withTony Valor to find out more...
How did you get started making music?
I started by learning my first instrument which was the acoustic guitar at the age of 11. I then decided to venture out into other styles of music and I wanted to make and record song after song. At the age of 15 I got behind a studio console and started learning about the studio life. I never stopped.
How would you describe your music to a new listener?
I try to be as diverse as I can. Introduce new styles that even I didn’t think I liked or could even learn. For instance one song I’m doing hip hop, & the next I’m doing funk. If it has Rhythm and it moves, I’m making it!
What was the inspiration behind the song "D' Nah Nah (Shaky Bum Bum)"?
It was a team made project between me and a partner in Romania. We both put in our 2 cents and developed the middle eastern pop sound that we were going for. We really wanted to interject tradition and cultural values through visuals and the music of this production. I have a personal like for learning about other cultures around the world. Things that I never knew existed and I was fascinated of is what gave me inspiration.
What was your favorite part of making the music video for "D' Nah Nah (Shaky Bum Bum)"?
My favorite part of making the music video was the creativity behind every individual that participated in the project to gave it the life that it has. It’s actually quite interesting to see other creative perceptions and ideas. You learn a thing or two and thats my favorite part of all.
What's next in your musical career that fans can be excited for?
Gonna start touring in Asia later through out this year! Very excited to show the world what we got! Many songs and short film/video’s in the making! Stay tuned!