The new single was released last January, 2012, on the internet, through leading international music web portals like iTunes, Amazon, Yala.fm, Google Music and Facebook. 50 per cent of the proceeds generated from the release of her new single will go to National Association of Young Energies Leading Solidarity (A.N.G.E.L.S.)
“This new single is a very sexy and appealing dance song, aiming to put the message across of how today’s society gives in to the promotion of false values,” said Princess Bee. “‘Touch my skin’ also has a fantastic music video directed by leading director Claudio Zagarini, filmed in modern London where I play a persuasive vampire carefully selecting my victims and making them slaves for my privileged circle.”
Princess Bee is also the founder and ambassador of ‘Angels Onlus,’ a humanitarian non-profit organization that is based in Italy and takes care of sick children living in areas afflicted by war or where there are no appropriate health care centers. The Italian song writer takes inspiration from her travels around the world but has been especially affected by her experience for some years in the Middle East, where she has worked with the local governments in the field of health and education.
About Princess Bee
Benedetta Paravia, who is more famously known as Princess Bee, is an Italian pop, R&B singer/songwriter that has gained prominence and following in the Middle East for both her artistic endeavours and her humanitarian efforts across people who have been affected in war torn countries and battling poverty. Her 2006 song, ‘Angels,’ is the first and only song to receive patronage from UNESCO (Commissione Nazionale Italiana) for its strong message of peace and unity between countries. In 2010, her music video for the single ‘Shock Me,’ was awarded and cited during the 8th Edition of the Roma Video Clip – Il Cinema Incontra La Musica. Princess Bee is also the founder and ambassador for ‘Angels Onlus,’ a non-profit humanitarian organization based in Italy that takes care of sick children living in war torn countries or where there are no appropriate health centres.