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Vulnerability: open to moral attack, criticism, temptation, etc.
This very aspect, is something that most artists must face and sometimes struggle with every single day. When you lose something or someone, it’s hard not to show some type of emotion. Even when you are asking to be used by God as a recording artist, and hit that humiliation point when all eyes are on you, and not necessarily for something great. How do you come back from that?
I have recently gotten the opportunity to perform a lot of music from The Friction EP, all over the southern region of the United States. But also, I have been blessed with the education and skill of actually writing instrumental music notation. Because of this, I thought it would be very effective to expose that skill to the world. What better way to do that, than in a music video for an original song that you wrote? This track is one that means the world to me, as well as my team, because we have all lost something or someone. Even as a team, you go through things.
When I got the call to come and perform a track from the EP, I got extremely nervous because I knew that I wanted to do it differently than the original project, itself. How I was going to do that, I had no clue. I am very full on the content and quality of this video.
Many thanks to everyone involved in this project.
Videographer: Trevelyan Easter of “Kinetics Media Group”
Violin One: Heather Trussell
Violin Two: Bianca Balderama
Viola: Tamatha Holt
Cello: Brenton Moore
Double Bass: Marco Alexander
Studio Overdub Musicians:
Violins: Jesse Kasinger
Viola: Molly Wilkins-Reed
Cellos: Elen Wroten
Double Basses: Marco Alexander
Audio Engineer: Aaron Modaressi
Studio Audio Engineer: James “IMakeMadBeats” Dukes
Music Director for Redeemer Memphis: Josh Threlkeld
Hair: Amanda Johnson
MUA: Santa Patton
Much Love Family!