LOS ANGELES — Alana Evans has released her newest single “Make You Love Me” a dance-pop number that is now making the rounds on Internet radio stations.
The 17-year veteran adult performer, avid gamer and writer says she has spent the majority of 2014 holed up in the recording studio, working with Murv Douglas from Lords Of Acid.
"Singing is my ultimate passion," Evans said. "I love my career in adult, gaming and all the other things that I do, but when I am in the recording studio it really just allows me to be myself. Writing music and singing has always been a huge part of my life, and it is great to see the response so far from fans as well as people that weren't familiar with me before reaching out because they heard my music."
“Make You Love Me” is being independently released and can currently be heard on Jango.
The upbeat toe-tapper uses strong beats to underscore Evans’ message of unfaltering love. She sings, “I wasn’t alive until I met you/The walls I put up you could see through/I would do anything you told me/My heart is yours to abuse/I need to make to make you love me/We’re broken damaged goods filled with grief.”
The single is scheduled for wide release on July 4, at which point it will become available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, Spotify and elsewhere.
The single marks Evans' second collaboration with Douglas. She originally made her public singing debut in 2012, collaborating with Douglas and Lords Of Acid on the single "Pop That Tooshie."
The song peaked at number three on Amazon's Dance Chart. Evans also starred in the music video, which features cameos from other well-known adult stars.