Watch Artist Skyler Chissell’s Video for Her Summer Dance Hit “I Just Wanna Dance”

Summer is the perfect time to release a party anthem, so here’s one from artist Skyler Chissell called “I Just Wanna Dance.” Watch the music video for the track below:

Here’s more about the music artist from her website:

In January 2016, sixteen-year-old Skyler released her debut single “Fire” featuring acclaimed rapper Snoop Dogg. The song’s urban dance mix rhythms and hypnotic lyrics resonated with her audience and “Fire’s” official music video garnered more then a quarter of a million views within two weeks of its release, nearing 400,000 views to date. She is currently working on a debut EP that she expects to release later this year. And, according to a February 2016 feature in Cliché magazine, she’s “on her way to stardom.”

Skyler’s musical success follows on the heels of an already impressive career as a model, actress and comedian. Born in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Skyler moved to Los Angeles at age ten to pursue modeling and acting. She is a veteran of film, television, theatre and print and appropriately, has a featured appearance in Lil Wayne’s “This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like” music video.

Self-described as edgy and determined, she is full of surprises. Not only is Skyler a blue-belt in extreme martial arts but she is also a stand-up comic who devotes much of her free time to volunteering at animal rescue centers. And, though born in the USA, she has dual citizenship in the UK where she recently completed a successful promotional tour for Fire’s release.

Skyler is as versatile as she is talented and it seems there is little she can’t do. Her hard-work and determination have certainly paid off. Skyler has recently spent time in the studio co-writing 4 new original songs, 3 of which will appear on her upcoming debut album “Sky’s The Limit”, the 4th is currently being recorded by another artist. She also co-produced the video to her current song I Just Wanna Dance.

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