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Kaliyani: Soulful Voice w/ Evocative Visuals Creates Intriguing Works of Art

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The latest video release from visionary artist Kaliyani, Tears for Inanna, unveils captivating
melodies with stunning visuals, exploring the powerful archetypal myth of the most
revered Sumerian goddess of love, power and sovereignty. Kaliyani’s mesmerizing vocal
intonations exude the Divine Feminine, bringing forth an authentic and inspiring
expression of soul.
Tears for Inanna is Brazilian-born Kaliyani’s powerful second release. Her debut video,
“Nammu’s Invocation,” garnered more than 2 million views on YouTube and was number
two on the Billboard Hot Single chart earlier this year. Both songs and music videos were
a collaboration with Hollywood composer/filmmaker Riz Story (writer, director and
producer of A Winter Rose which features Kaliyani’s first single).

Seamlessly weaving visions of sensuality into a primordial context, Tears for Inanna is a
beautiful manifestation of a generally misunderstood archetypal myth. Inanna challenges
us to review our belief systems, particularly with respect to our culture’s view on sexuality
and the role of the sacred feminine throughout history. Kaliyani radiates this sacred Inanna
energy in the video, the enchantment of her powerful yet graceful vocalizations leading
the way.

Kaliyani’s musical style elegantly blends exotic world music with complex transcendent
qualities. Emotive and alluring, her vocals summon Operatic and Gregorian styles, while
her music uniquely delves into dramatic, contemporary orchestration profoundly rich in
structure.
A spiritual and creative visionary, Kaliyani discovered only recently her singing voice. A
remarkable distinction of Kaliyani’s music career is that she is more connected to the
content and soul of what is being expressed rather than taking pleasure from the act of
singing alone.

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