Coco O, shimmies it up for the visual of “Favorite Star”, the latest single from Quadron’s sophomore album, Avalance.
“Follow Me’ is the kind of track that you have replaying while on a nice late night drive. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, Rochelle Jordan constantly releases songs that really jam out. Most of her songs have hard beats, and when coupled with her soothing vocals, you will find your neck snapping. Here is the visual of the track:
I must give a major pat on the back to my cousin T|U|K|O, a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, on the release of his new video, “Prince Shxt”. The visual, directed by PK Robinson, has a tribal influence to match the great bass line in the track. Check it out:
“Prince Shxt” is featured on his latest EP, I&U (Infrared and Ultraviolet).
“From now on I think you are gonna see a lot of me…”
Lolo sashays through Coney Island’s famous amusement park during off-season shut down and gets crazy at her favorite Brooklyn studio – Shabby Road for the visual of Year Round Summer of Love, which was made of 1,350 stills.
Year Round Summer of Love was recorded in Los Angeles and produced by legendary hip hop knob twiddler Mark Batson (Dr Dre, Eminem, Jay Z) who produced the bulk of Lolo’s forthcoming debut album, Weapon For Saturday.
Year Round Summer of Love is out now.
Special thanks to Charmfactory
I had the pleasure of dancing in Lova Boy’s music video, “God Pickni (God’s child).” Lova Boy aka “Prince of Belize,” is a Punta Rock artist that has quite a following in Belize and in Los Angeles’ Belizean community. In God Pickni, he deviated from his party boy ways to express his faith to his fans.
We shot the video on one hot summer day in July and boy oh boy was it a lot of hard work. We made sure we stayed hydrated and had fun. I left the shoot with a whole new respect for artists. Sometimes we get caught up in the results and don’t think about the time, blood, sweat and tears they put into a project. So with that said, what good is hard work without sharing the goodies? Check out the visuals. Enjoy.
P.S. I am the dancer with the long braids.
Check out Alice Russell’s video for the single “For A While” from her album To Dust.
Kendra Morris helps a few mature women get their sexy back in the visual for her rendition of the Rolling Stones’, “Miss You.” Her take on the classic track will have your feet tapping no doubt, but you must listen to her entire cover album, Mockingbird. Track after track is repeat worthy. Especially tracks such as, “Space Oddity” by David Bowie and “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” by Pink Floyd.
Mockingbird is out July 30th via Wax Poetics Records, and is now streaming on KCRW.com. .
I came across Janet Kay’s vintage “Silly Games” performance while researching old-school reggae songs. Although the song is upbeat, it tells the tale of a love that will never be. Yes, it’s sad, but it tells a great story.
It’s quite amazing what I come across while researching songs. I also found Daley’s beautiful interpretation of the track:
Texan rapper, Brianna Perry, releases the visual for the track, “Mascara Tears” from her Symphony No. 9: The B Collection album. The song tells the story of a woman who lost herself in the fast life. Check it: