The video was officially premiered on local entertainment show FIWI Choice and can be seen on all local TV stations. The stimulating visual for this video was provided by noted director Stephen Bernard and was shot in various areas in downtown Kingston. The video highlights the familiar topic of poverty and hardship but at the same time communicating a powerful message of hope.
“The video looks fantastic! I am very pleased with the overall presentation, the comments are pouring and trust me, and everybody loves it.” Expressed IBlack Lion Produced by Good Good Productions, Nail Me Up is available for purchase on all digital platforms. The song encapsulates the true essence of modern reggae; it is an exceptionally crafted one that will be a favourite among authentic roots reggae lovers especially because of the outstanding arrangement and excellent lyrics.
“There is always a demand for authentic reggae music and I will keep supplying. For the new year I intend on putting out more good and far reaching music for my fans right across the world.
So what is next for this phenomenal artiste you may ask, Lion is also eying a December release date for his new song Set Me Free. To top off the year, he will be performing at a number of local stints across the island.
SOURCE: Susan Smith