Tag

artist

Browsing

Rising Atlanta R&B Artist Shaun B Releases “Savage” Video

 

Atlanta R&B artist Shaun B just released visuals for his ambient track “Savage.”

“Savage” is a fan favorite from his latest project ‘Cocaine in the Evening.’ The track speaks on a brief situation and uses hypnotic vocals to harness the wavy instrumental from SlowKings. The visuals are brief but powerful. The minute long video is directed by Cam Kirk, who regularly works with Migos, Lil Yachty, Gucci Mane, and Young Thug.

“‘Savage’ was a reflection of a literal situation that happened,” Shaun B said. “This girl put her number in my phone and then the song happened. Talk is cheap, especially when it comes to intimacy.”

 

Connect to Shaun B:
Twitter: https://twitter.com/Shaunbwthl
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shaunb.wthl/
SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/shaunbwthl

What It Means To Be Alive

Often times we allow certain circumstances and triumphs to define our lives. We tend to get stuck and consumed with temporary moments. However, have you taken the time to reflect on what it means to be alive? Luckily, I had the chance to sit down with actor, singer and songwriter Torion Sellers. Sellers is a shy yet confident artist on the rise here in Atlanta, Georgia. We recently had the opportunity to discuss his new EP release, his acting debut in Barbershop 3 and much more!

[Video] It Started From The Roots

 

Video Credit: ETV Original Series, Original SC

Carrying your past along with your future is not actually bad. 26 years old artist, Ment Nelson from Hampton, South Carolina can tell you about using things from your past and making it great for your future. Recently in his first collection, Fishing With Grandma, Ment featured scenes from his childhood that he believes will shed light on his culture and give hope to those of the Gullah culture. The Gullah culture was created when the Africans were kidnapped from Africa and had to adjust to the American way of living, while staying true to their own culture. “My collection of art came from a “Soulful-place”, said Ment. He states that it came from a creative place. Two quotes he enjoys, and helps him to embrace his creative side are from Erykah Badu and Dr. T.D. Jakes.

Creativity is the absence of fear. -Erykah Badu