Alicia Grimes. YouTube Music Star Releases Debut Single, "SAY I"



Champaign, Jul 2, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Talented YouTube Star, Alternative/ Pop Music Artist Alicia Grimes is set to release her long-awaited brand new highly anticipated beautifully crafted debut single "Say I". Its set to be released February 8, 2019, by AWAL o/b/o AWAL Digital Ltd/Kobalt Music Group. Her song will be distributed to over 200 territories worldwide and to all key digital platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Deezer -- and many more.  The alternative/ pop singer plans to donate 10% of proceeds from the sale of her new single to the Illinois School District.  

Listen To "SAY I"  -  https://vocaroo.com/i/s1hG7YPxknzH

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