Anjulie & Natalia Lafourcade ft. Phyno
”Holy Water”

(The Orchard)








"A dreamy, bilingual pop track that billows like fine gauze with lyrics of feminine desire...The video shows Anjulie in furs, a bath, in pink drapes, covered in flowers, and on the beach — a celebration set against all the oldest, timeless totems of feminine magic."—NPR Music's Alt.Latino

"In English and Spanish, the three sing sweet, loverly nothings over a lilting dembow rhythm — a daring new sound for Lafourcade, who coyly sings, 'Holy water, la flor de mi sexo.' It’s enough to make both new and longtime fans blush."—Rolling Stone

"Infectious, sultry...It’s perfectly balanced with English/ Spanish verse and chorus combos that make you forget the track is bilingual. And the video is visually delectable with interesting interpretations of the lyrics and colors that tantalize the senses. It’s one of my current favorites."—KCRW

"Featuring a colourful array of provocatively implied scenes, and even a 'vagina tunnel', the title may imply holiness, but the video strays far from it...Visually stunning and intoxicating to look at, it captures the femininity of the song as well as all the rough edges that make it bloom into the track most fitting to play for shaking off those end-of-summer blues."—Earmilk

"This bilingual track finds [Anjulie and Lafourcade] embracing their sensuality, and together they give sex the healing connotation it rarely gets. Throw Nigerian MC Phyno in the mix and you have a new jam to get dirty to."—Remezcla

"Blending an amazing style of music and creating something that’s unique, [Anjulie] brings a fresh and exciting sound to her music that can’t be beaten."—Cheers To The Vikings

"All these amazing musicians join forces and unite nations as they embrace the unique qualities that each of them bring to the table to deliver something out of this world."—Wolf In A Suit



Los Angeles-based Guyanese-Canadian pop artist Anjulie has released a visually stunning new music video for her intoxicating single "Holy Water" with Mexican folk-pop star Natalia Lafourcade and Nigerian rapper Phyno. Directed by Clement Oberto and inspired by Jana Brike's artwork, the video features Anjulie in colorful and provocative scenes while she dances in a vagina tunnel.

A Juno Award-winning, platinum-selling, singer/songwriter and producer of Indian descent who has written and collaborated with Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Kelly Clarkson, Diplo, and more, Anjulie wrote "Holy Water" with Lafourcade and Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike and co-produced the track with Joe Park. It passed between collaborators over the course of two years from Canada to Mexico to Nigeria to Korea before being finished in Los Angeles, CA.


Anjulie has written and collaborated with Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj, Kelly Clarkson, Diplo, Zedd, Boombox Cartel, Benny Benassi, Rusko, Feed Me, Kill the Noise, TheFatRat, Elephante, and more. Her music has been featured on HBO, ABC, NBC and MTV; and she has received an MTV Video Music Award Nomination for "Best Breakout Video of the Year."

Anjulie’s singles "Brand New Bitch" and "You and I" were Canadian radio hits garnering her a Juno award for "Best Dance Single of the Year." Her 2018 single "Where The Love Goes" is an empowering electro-pop track that has reached nearly 40 million streams on Spotify to date; and she previously released a stark ballad called "Dream Again" that was written for her Iraq-based fans regularly stuck in the middle of civil war and explores what it's like to live somewhere where you and your family are in constant danger.

Anjulie is part of an army of female songwriters called SVNG, Songwriters Under New Government, and is also a supporter and advocate for the Canadian Women’s Foundation and UN Women.


Natalia Lafourcade is an innovative Mexican singer-songwriter with a large following fan base in many parts of the world. Her music mixes Latin American sounds with elements of jazz, rock, bossa nova and folk, creating a unique contemporary style.

She was born into a musical family where her talent flourished at the beginning of age, she began writing songs at age 16 and a year later she signed her first record deal with Sony Music. Her debut album, Natalia Lafourcade (2002), topped the charts in Mexico and provoked a Latin Grammy nomination at age 17, in the category of "Best New Artist."

In addition to ten Latin Grammys and a Grammy Award, she has received several other honors and awards - including the MTV Latin Awards, an Indie-O Award for Musical Production, "Trajectory SACM" awards as s composer, and an ASCAP (2016) award, awarded to artists with extraordinary musical career.

She most recently garnered attention for her collaboration with Miguel for the theme song of Disney's Coco, which she performed with Miguel at the 2018 Oscars.


Phyno is a Nigerian rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. He started his musical career as a producer in 2003 and is renowned for rapping in the LGBO language. His debut studio album, No Guts No Glory, was released in 2014, with singles "Ghost Mode", "Man of the Year", "Parcel" and "O Set". As a producer, he has worked with artists such as Timaya, Flavour, Ruggedman, Bracket, J. Martins, and Mr Raw.

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