“Billboard Selector” Endorses Starface in New Video
Boom Boom and Starface
World star Hip Hop, Baller Alert, funniest 15 seconds and a number of popular international sites have received millions of online views from their posts featuring "Bend Yuh Back" by Starface and Boom Boom. The official Music Video for the Konsequence Muzik production is finally here.
Fast rising female artiste, Starface recently shot the video for "Bend Yuh Back", which features one of the most established DJs in the genre, Boom Boom also known as the “Billboard Selector.” The song is about a brand new dance move that has quickly become popular in various countries.
The picturesque Boon Hall Oasis, in the cool St. Andrew Hills in Jamica provided the lush green backdrop for the music video. Starface led a bevy of ladies showing off flexible, provocative moves for the camera lenses. Popular DJ Boom Boom kicked off the energy on the track with an "amped" introduction.
Boom Boom, who is at parties all-over, both local and overseas dismisses the wearing of waist trainers at parties in the video. He claims that it restricts movement preventing the patron from freely relishing in festivities.
Starface takes the same position, “The Bend Yuh Back move can’t be done right in a waist trainer. In the video we focus on the idea that dancing is what parties are for. These are places for people to full out enjoy themselves. People go there to listen music, dance and relieve stress. There is a time and place for everything,” the artiste said in agreement.
The Bend Yuh Back video showcases well-known dancers Shelly Belly and Fry Yi among others. The video’s director is Orville Matherson of Yaad Boiiz Films. To watch the video visit www.youtube.com/StarfaceOfficialVEVO. For 2016 Starface is the most prominent new female dancehall act. She is featured on Elephant Man’s new single, “Tek Wuk” that was recognized as a top track on iTunes. Hot track chart recently. She got her breakthrough from unexpectedly closing Sting 2015.
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