Today, platinum-selling Danish pop-star Nabiha has made her U.S. debut with the release of Mind the Gap - her 6-track EP on The End Records / ADA. The fierce songstress has also dropped the video for her club-banging new single, "Animals," exclusively on Entertainment Weekly proclaims, "Scandinavia has had a strong presence on the pop charts this year, first with Norwegian duo Nico & Vinz's out-of-nowhere smash "Am I Wrong," followed by Tove Lo's "Habits (Stay High)," which spent the summer steadily climbing the Hot 100. Next up is Nabiha." Mind the Gap EP is available for purchase on iTunes.

Nabiha says, "My EP is out and I can't tell you how excited I am! The big day is finally here and I hope everyone is gonna love it as much as I do."

NYLON describes Nabiha's EP as a collection of "upbeat synth-soul" and "pop tinged with dance and house elements." "Mind The Gap" - the lead single and title track off of the EP - combines an infectious hook, empowering message, and Nabiha's stellar vocals to create the ultimate pop anthem. The song shot up to #1 on the UK, Danish Airplay Charts, as well as multiple countries across Europe, and the official video has garnered more than 1.1 million views. "Bang That Drum" – also featured on the EP – was a #1 hit on UK's Urban Chart.

Nabiha's journey stateside comes hot off the heels of a standout 2013 where she won countless industry awards including 2013's European Border Breakers Award as well as nabbed multiple nominations including two Danish Grammy nods, one of which was for 'Female Artist of the Year.' She's also caught all the right eyes and ears garnering praise from the likes of Pop Justice, Perez Hilton and BBC Radio 1Xtra as well as seen strong support from music notables such as Pete Tong and Swedish House Mafia.

Mind the Gap EP Track Listing:

1.      "Mind the Gap"
2.      "Animals"
3.      "Fearless"
4.      "Sound of My Gun"
5.      "All In Your Head"
6.      "Bang That Drum"

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