Listen to JVNA’s Unapologetic Bass Anthem, “The World Is Mine”

Inspired by "female rage," the new single comes paired with a feisty music video from JVNA, whose prestige as a triple threat is as undeniable as ever.

Thanks to her defiant style and contrarian approach to electronic music production, JVNA has never been one to shy away from a challenge.

That bravado is front and center in her new single, "The World Is Mine." Seamlessly fusing the disparate sounds of melodic bass and K-pop, it's a bold, genre-bending banger with a chest-thumping message. JVNA says the hyperactive track, which interpolates both English and Chinese lyrics, was "inspired by female rage."

Expanding on the coming-of-age narrative of 2021's debut album, Hope In Chaos, JVNA takes a giant leap into confrontational territory with "The World Is Mine." The song's lyrics explore the need to take control of your life, and JVNA delivers them with conviction to drop a ferocious femme anthem dripping with bellicose badassery.

The music video for JVNA's "The World Is Mine" is out now.

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"I wanted to create an anthem that empowers women to take control and fight for what they deserve," JVNA said in a statement shared with "The song is a reminder that we can do anything we set our minds to."

All said and done, JVNA's prestige as a triple threat is undeniable in the feisty track, which beautifully showcases her talents as a singer, songwriter and producer. She also released an official music video directed by DireFuture.

You can check out the music video for "The World Is Mine" below and stream the new single here.


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