Worldwide music star Börni is again, and he or she’s able to take her profession to the subsequent degree. The Swiss sensation simply dropped her video for ‘New Heights,’ and he or she tells us this daring visible was a blast to make!

“I work laborious for every part I make / that’s why you be consuming ramen, I be consuming steak,” boasts Börni on her new observe, “New Heights,” and this hustle is captured in her new video. She begins off taking part in N64 (and a Recreation Boy Shade – old fashioned!), however earlier than you already know it, she’s received a PS4, costly threads, and everybody attempting to trip her ‘wave’ of success. The playful video is all about that “don’t dream it, be it” life. At one level, Börni even performs on a set coated within the tune’s lyrics, like an enormous temper board detailing her reaching these aforementioned heights.

“We wished the ‘New Heights’ music video to be enjoyable and never so severe,” Börni tells MeSlop, “in addition to replicate my concept of how among the lyrics would play out visually.” The video actually does that, presenting a colourful assortment of scenes to drive the purpose house. Plus, if it seems to be like she was having a blast filming this visible, she was. “I had a lot enjoyable making this video, and I hope everybody likes it as a lot as I do!”


“New Heights” represents a brand new sonic path for Börni, who has been at this music sport for some time. The Zürich, Switzerland-native found her ardour for music at a younger age, and early brushes with fame included performing on the Zürich Opera Home at simply six-years-old, and singing backup for Celine Dion throughout a live performance for 50,000 folks. In 2007, she competed on the Swiss tv singing competitors, Musicstar, which led her to signal a take care of Sony Music. The deal resulted in two albums – Fighter and Plan B – the primary of which appeared within the Swiss music charts’ Prime 10.

A visit to New York Metropolis would encourage Börni to create an American model and alter-ego. Enter Vava Voom. Underneath this moniker, she would work with supergroup The Aristocrats and report “Supersonic” with Sean Kingston, in addition to a handful of different songs that might get airplay within the US and Europe. Finally, Börni knew she wanted to mix her new American way of life along with her Swiss roots. Thus, she re-emerged beneath her Börni title and launched this new energy anthem. “New Heights” simply isn’t a declaration of how she’ll by no means cease working laborious to attain her desires. It’s additionally a daring solution to announce the arrival of the new Borni, a fearless, unapologetic singer able to take the world by storm.