When I heard Tneek was dropping a video for a single track from the R.I C.H. EP, I was thinking which track would be best to see a video for. As far as I am concerned each track had a potential to be a good visualisation for her songs from the EP. When we found out it was ‘For That Money’ we were thinking what the video would entail and what visual production would we see.
I’m loving the heat today, but not as much as normal because the heat has damaged the leather seems, on my quality headphones. In some way all I can say about this British heatwave we’ve been getting is… It’s a MAD TING!
Just like rapper Zelijah puts out ‘Mad Ting’ his debut single (although not for download) which I would have liked to get a copy, if I didn’t know I could grab the track off Kingdom Culture Mixtape Vol.1. Still the video shows a united front from his camp and people who support him, like Inderpaul Sandhu, Unique Creation and more.
Jordan ‘J Vessel’ Amadi-Myers made history in 2014 by becoming the youngest ever independent solo artist to be nominated for a MOBO Award as well as an Urban Music Award both in the same year, at just 17. Now 21, he’s had another Urban Music Award nomination, a Premier Gospel Award win and a debut album (Reflections) which peaked at #2 on the iTunes Christian chart. He has already been labelled ‘the future of UK urban music’.
J Vessel’s story behind the music video ‘Looking For Me’
Guvna talks about his past and the desire he used to have to want more and more. Likened to the comparison of the “Del Boy” character created by the BBC for the hustle comedy ‘Only Fools & Horses’.
Guvna B describing an insatiable desire to acquire more money and stuff. He takes you on a journey through the experiences he has faced and shares some wisdom and light on societies desire, much more the culture’s desire to always want more. I like the way he simply puts it at the end, sums up the song and purpose of the track nicely.