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Anjulie’s New Video, “Boom,” on MTV!

posted Apr 22, 2009, 11:00 AM by Vu Nguyen
From Girlie Action

Anjulie’s New Video, “Boom,” on MTV!

 “Anjulie’s new single is as sultry as an August apartment in a power-out. Her bold vocals ride a seductive boom-bap beat, reeling in listeners with whispered sexuality.” –

 “You’ll fall so easy for the talented Toronto-raised chanteuse.” - Blender

If you are among the growing legions who’ve been grooving to Anjulie’s first single, “Boom” – currently #2 on the Billboard dance chart, and the lead track on her digital EP that dropped recently in anticipation of her upcoming full-length debut this summer – you’ll be excited to know that Anj has a scrumptious new video for the song. Directed by Adria Petty (Kings of Leon, Duffy, Regina Spektor), the video is now available for your viewing pleasure on MTVu, where it has been placed in high rotation as part of MTVu’s Summa Cum Laude programming, as well as being available for viewing on MTV.

Check out the video here! Bloggers feel free to post.

Hailing from Toronto, Anjulie is an intriguing, authentic new voice on the pop landscape, with the melodic gifts, vocal prowess and sophistication that announce her as a true original. Obsessed with music as a child, Anjulie has been singing and writing songs since she was a teen, and the years she spent honing her craft are readily apparent on her forthcoming self-titled debut album for Hear Music. Co-written with her producer and collaborator Jon Levine (of Canadian R&B hit makers the Philosopher Kings), Anjulie sets intensely personal stories about her life, loves, obsessions, and heartbreaks to a glittering genre-blending mix of pop, hip-hop, rock, and world rhythms she heard as a child growing up.

Anjulie’s self-titled debut was created with her producers Colin Wolfe, who has worked with Dr. Dre and Monica, and longtime songwriting collaborator Jon Levine, keyboardist for Toronto’s funk-pop combo The Philosopher Kings. The album will be released by Hear Music on August 4th.