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5/21/19
Greek-French artist George Perris recently released his latest single “She Walks On" last week from his forthcoming album, Who I’m Meant To Be, due 5/31 via Destin Productions. Moved by nine-year-old Syrian refugee Maya’s story, Perris was inspired to pen the hopeful track, available on iTunes, with co-writers Mikal Blue and Adam Crossley.

In addition to Who I’m Meant To Be dropping at the end of this month, Perris will have his second public TV special, Live at the Acropolis, airing on PBS stations across the country, featuring a performance with Australian artist Tina Arena. Listen to “She Walks On” here and watch the music video for his lead single off the album, “How Many Does It Take,” below.