Popular Singer, Songwriter and Violinist Chili A.F. Releases New Cover Single

LOS ANGELES, CA, USAChili A.F. aka Iliana Nedialkova, a popular singer, songwriter and violinist, is excited to announce the release of her new song, “Come As You Are” – a trap cover of the famous Nirvana song.

Speaking on the occasion, Chili A.F. remarked, “I am thrilled to share this single with my fans and well-wishers. Nirvana has always been a staple in my life growing up. With this being the 30th aniversary of ‘Nevermind’ – an album that changed my life – it only felt right to pay homage.”

Chili A.F. was born in Bulgaria and raised in Brazil. A daughter of classical musicians, Chili was professionally trained as violinist since the age of 6. In 2014 she moved to Los Angeles to obtain her Master’s Degree in Music Performance but instead found herself writing songs.

“My life completely changed when one of the songs I wrote was picked up by international superstar and ex- One Direction member ZAYN Malik,” recalls Chili. “The song titled ‘Entertainer’ was released as a lead single for Zayn’s sophomore album. This opened the door for me to release my own music and become my own artist.”

Chili works hard to ensure musical delight on all her projects and this reflects in her music. Her songs show diversity and versatility as an artist. This is the kind of music that is truly authentic & timeless. With memorable riffs, deep lyrics and outstanding beats to go along with catchy melodies; she has the ability to weave magic with her voice and music that touches the depths of one’s soul.

“Come As You Are” is available on all digital streaming platforms. For contact info please see below:

Stream Chili’s Upcoming Single “Come As You Are”: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/chiliaf/come-as-you-are

Chili A.F. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chili.af


Media Contact

Company Name: Chili A.F.

Contact Person: Media Relations Team

Email: [email protected]

City: Los Angeles

State: CA

Country: USA

Website: www.chili-af.com

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