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Aleyna Tilki released her new single “Take It Or Leave It”

Written by on 18.04.2022

Aleyna Tilki released her new single “Take It Or Leave It”

Aleyna Tilki is a 21-year-old Turkish superstar with record-breaking 1.7 billion YouTube views, over 150 million Spotify streams and over 750,000 monthly Spotify listeners with just 10 singles. She began her career as a one-night stand sensation at The Voice of Turkey at the age of 14 and was the first Turkish singer with over 1 billion YouTube views of her videos, including “Yalniz Cicek” and “Sen Olsan Bari”.

Aleyna’s first English recording, “Retrograde”, was written by an all-star team includинг Dua Lipa, Diplo, Sarah Hudson, JR Blender and King Henry. The track reached the # 1 YouTube trend in Turkey and garnered over 24 million streams. The song was followed by remixes of Galantis and Vintage Culture.

“Take It Or Leave It” is an energetic pop-punk song that reflects Aleyna’s rebellious soul. Composed by Gil Lewis, written by Mali-Koa Hood and Aleyna herself, “Take It Or Leave It” is mastered and mixed by Grammy nominee sound engineer Luca Pretelosi.

Recently, Aleyna presented a collaboration with Dillion Francis – “Real Love”, the focus single from his latest album “Happy Machine”, which took # 24 in the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart.

Now Aleyna is preparing to release more music in English, leading us to her debut English-language album. For her second international solo release, Aleyna is much more confident than ever.

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