City striker releases second single
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Norwich City striker Josip Drmic has released his second single as an artist with a song titled ‘Cinderella’.
The Swiss international shocked Canaries supporters last summer by releasing his debut single ‘No Tomorrow’ - a song that has reached nearly 150,000 views on YouTube.
Social media responded with surprise following his first single and his latest hit is bound to be popular with City fans as Drmic looks to combine his goal scoring ability with his passion for music.
Drmic began to leave his mark on the pitch prior to the enforced suspension of the Premier League and the Swiss scored City’s crucial equalising goal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as the Canaries progressed to the FA Cup quarter-final in March.
Now, Drmic is looking to make his mark on the music industry with his second single ‘Cinderella’ - the track also see’s him link up with rapper Lumi for the second time.
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Drmic’s first foray into music was when he featured on a single by Swiss rap duo Lumi & Kikz named ‘Nur Im Dunkle’ in 2018.
Announcing his latest single on his Instagram page, City’s striker turned pop star wrote: “My second song “CINDERELLA” feat: @unejomlumi is OUT NOW! THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT!”
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- You can listen to Josip Drmic’s newest single ‘Cinderella’ by clicking on the video above