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Maryland raised singer Arizona Zervas already had a cult following prior to fall of 2019, however, he gained mainstream recognition with his debut single "Roxanne." "Roxanne" was released on October 10th and quickly gained traction on TikTok. This allowed it to enter the Top 40 and it peaked at number 4 on the U.S. charts. This made unsigned Zervas a hot commodity and shortly after, a bidding war between record labels began. Zervas ultimately signed with Columbia Records in November and in 2020, he began releasing new music.

Zervas has a brand new single out now called "24," which was inspired by a crazy night at a hotel. "I made it after a friend's birthday party," Zervas shares. "We went to Vegas and ended up throwing a party at a really sick hotel with a bunch of people. This was pre-Corona, obviously. After, I went to the studio and was trying to make a song that captured the feeling of being in that hotel. I just started singing the hook, '24 hours, 24 hours.'"

24 has become an important number for Zervas, as it not only signified the number of hours he'd spent partying it up with his friends, but it was his age at the time he wrote the song. He was also 24 when "Roxanne" made it big and he became a mainstream success.

Zervas' "24" is currently available for streaming on YouTube, Spotify, Pandora, Apple Music, iTunes and Tidal.