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Billboard-charting Princess X to be FREE on July 4th

New music video features President Obama, gay parades, Woodstock, and epic world events!

LOS ANGELES, July 2, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Princess X is releasing her new single "FREE" on July 4th, U.S. Independence Day 2013. The song is a follow-up on the success of "(Gimme All) Ring My Bell" that peeked at #12 on the U.S. Billboard Dance Chart in April 2013 and # 9 on the U.K. Commercial Pop Chart in February 2013.


With the new lyrics in "FREE" stating that "you can be who you wanna be," Princess X and her gay co-songwriter Tony Haris support freedom for everyone regardless of their race, gender, religion, skin color, and sexual orientation.

The music video "FREE" opens with President Barack Obama's visit to Africa when Obama and his family arrived at an airport in Ghana. The closed caption YouTube video uses footages from gay parades and peace demonstrations to promote the message of freedom around the world. Obama is the epitome of the individual freedom to dream BIG for Princess X who became a U.S. citizen in 2013. Earlier in 2011 she appeared on American Idol as Inessa Lee and today she is declaring freedom for all in her new song "FREE" as Princess X.





Media Contact: Princess X, Inessa Lee Music, (323) 451-2667, [email protected]

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