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Published on May 29th, 2017 | by Jerry Doby


SIA AMUN drops cinematic visual for single ‘Private Reserve’

The lovely vocals of SIA AMUN () on her new joint “Private Reserve” are set into the perfect music bed for the cinematic video she just released for the single. It’s a stone cold piece about dedication and loyalty…*ish that takes your mind other places. ~ JD

Here’s the official line on Sia’s debut project

AMUN puts the viewer right where she wants them, in the shoes of her esteemed lover-man who gets to indulge in her “goodies,” all the while putting pussy back on a pedestal as she promotes exclusivity and encourages young women to “keep that body on lock and key.”

Since the international debut of her EP “The Blue Dream Project,” recording artist SIA AMUN has shaken up our world and continues to follow suit with a new single and visual from the project entitled “Private Reserve.”

The cinematic, self-directed picture could very well be defined as another precious gem in the crown of Queen SIA AMUN. Her unique storytelling awakens the imagination of the viewer and naturally generates questions many would love the answers to.

On a planetary mission of self-discovery, SIA goes through a process of transformation and renewal, like a snake shedding its skin. She steps into her own and flaunts all that she has to offer when it comes to love, showing that she truly holds herself to a standard because not everyone can experience her “Private Reserve.”

“…They know I keep that Body on lock and key There’s only one person I want to put that body on me In so many words I’m your private reserve.”

PRIVATE RESERVE is the perfect follow-up to the first single from the marijuana inspired EP, “Flowers,” a mid-tempo, sensual tune about crushing on the weed man, and delivers an impression that not only vocally, but visually gives you chills.

Flowers is also my “Editor’s Pick” from the Blue Dream Project. It’s a 5/5 for me: vocals, production, visual concept, composition and arrangement.

AMUN is at the forefront of independent female artists who bring class to the party as she embraces sexuality and femininity without ever taking her clothes off.

Find out more: ww‌w.longlive‌siaamun.com

Listen to “The Blue Dream Project” below


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