Zora Shares Anthem “All Around The World!”

Minneapolis-based trans artist, producer, singer, and rapper Zora (she/her) recently announced her remarkable, entirely self-produced debut album, Z1. The album will be releasing on June 17th via Queer, indie record label Get Better Records in celebration of both Pride and Black Music Month, and now she shares another incredible track, “All Around The World!”

Following previous singles “RUNNITUP” and “Happiest I’ve Ever Been,” “All Around The World” is a pop anthem, made specifically for trans people. Zora explains that she wanted to write a song “that we could dance to, rejoice in, and just celebrate being us. With today’s climate, there are so many times that we only hear about trans people when we’re dying or at risk somehow, and I wanted to create a song to remind us just how powerful we are, and to remind the masses that we’re not going anywhere.” Space for existence and celebration is extremely important to ZORA right now, as hundreds of anti-trans bills are sweeping the nation. Tying in with serious themes surrounding mental health throughout Z1, “All Around The World” is a tribute of perseverance through the darkness.

ZORA aims to spread awareness, positivity, and freedom of expression through her music. It is Zora’s central belief that people are only truly happy when they’re able to be exactly who they are, at all times. Zora implements these messages in her lyricism and hopes to be able to impact the lives of others in a positive way, no matter how widespread. 

Pre-order Z1 now HERE.