Bera has premiered his new single and music video for ‘Summertime’, which is available now on iTunes. The song features up and coming artist Lil Playy, and is the follow up single to 2011’s ‘Favorite Things’. Although considered an emerging artist in the United States, the Georgian artist has achieved national success in his home country – drawing over 600,000 people over the course of ten shows during his first tour of Europe in 2011. Bera had the opportunity to work with such acclaimed producers as Scott Storch, Ryan Leslie, Jim Jones, Rob Fusari, DJ Khaled, and Rodney Jerkins in developing the sound he now showcases in ‘Summertime’.
“I was born with music,” says Bera. “My family always told me that art in general is freedom. If I became an artist, my job would also be my passion.” Bera now has the opportunity to expand his reach to the United States after several months of hard work in the studio and a two year hiatus since his last trip across the pond. “Back in the day, I never thought my songs would sound right in English. I remember being so scared that my accent would sound funny on a record, and Rob Fusari helped me a lot with my confidence and transition into writing songs in English.”
Watch ‘Summertime’ via YouTube below.
International pop star Bera is now streaming a brand new, dance floor ready anthem entitled ‘Cut the Music Off’. Listen to the song via Soundcloud below. The track follows Bera’s piano ballad ‘Cruise Zone’. The Georgian artist, based in New York City, is currently climbing the Hot Dance Club Break Out charts with the club ready remixes of his single ‘Light It Up’ from the likes of Dave Aude, Bimbo Jones, and Abe Clements.
Bera has just released a new music video for his piano based track, ‘Cruise Zone’, which has racked up nearly 50,000 views in just a matter of days. The song, which is a change from Bera’s signature dance style, will appear on his forthcoming album, due later this year. Watch it via YouTube below.
Bera is out with the music video for his second single ‘Don’t Worry’. The track was produced by Rodney ‘Darkchild’ Jerkins, who has produced for Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, and many others. The video also features another track from Bera titled ‘Can’t Get Enough’. Watch it via YouTube below.
Bera’s latest “One Day with Bera” YouTube clip features the singer making a pit stop to replenish his candy supply along his promo tour across the U.S. After loading up on Snickers, Starburst, gummi bears, Mentos and more, Bera signed autographs for store clerks. Watch it below.
Pop sensation, Bera, who is celebrating the 100,000 fan milestone on Facebook, has premiered his first tour diary webisode. This webisode gives fans a glimpse of life on the road with Bera during his recent promo tour.
“As a new artist, it’s very important to be here because DJ’s get to know you in real life,” Bera explained. “You meet them, you play your music.” He added, “I think they liked it. We’ll see, they have to play the records.”
Watch the video via YouTube below the cut.
Bera has just premiered a new lyric video for his song ‘Don’t Worry’. The R&B track was produced by Rodney ‘Darkchild’ Jerkins, who has produced for Black Eyed Peas, Beyonce, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and many others. The Paris native is currently on the road with the Camplified 2011 Tour through mid-August.
Bera has released an electronic press kit where the 16-year-old pop singer talks about who he is as an artist and what fans can expect from him next.
“I didn’t think I’d sound credible in English. Rob helped me a lot. Rob Fusari. He helped me a lot with the pronunciation,” Bera said about working with Rob as well as Rodney Jerkins on his debut album. “I love Michael Jackson. Everything about Michael. His dancing, his singing, so of course working with Darkchild was like more than a dream.”
Ber’s debut single ‘Favorite Things’ is out now on iTunes. Watch the EPK via YouTube below.
Bera has premiered a lyric video for his fans of the his debut single ‘Favorite Things’. Produced by Rob Fusari (Lady Gaga), ‘Favorite Things’ is a mid-tempo love song that gives fans a glimpse into the soul of the 16-year-old. Watch it via YouTube below.
Bera caught up with TeenSpot.com for a brief Q&A, where the Paris native talked about what fans can expect from his debut album. “I guarantee the high quality (music-wise), as for its success, it all depends on how people will get it, how they will react to my music,” the 16-year-old said. “I’m not in a position to predict that it’s gonna make a worldwide ‘earthquake’, I would just sound funny if I said that… but you know, I did my best and I had a chance to work with great people on this project.”