Mind-blowing and incredibly steamy are some of the words used to describe the latest visuals from dancehall artiste Kapri.
The smashing single “Thug Love,” featuring Addikshan has been doing so well on the local and international circuit that the artiste decided to drop the brand new video for the track.
Since its release in early February, the video has made its way to various television stations across the world and has amassed quite a number of views so far on YouTube. The video was directed by the very skilled and driven videographer, Nick Asenio based in the United States.
Kapri says “The video concept displays originality. Most of the video was shot on a white backdrop which embodies the idea of endless possibilities of love and light. Other parts of the video were shot on a dark backdrop which represents the deep dark fantasies inside the female’s mind.”
The dancehall powerhouse has very high expectations for this project and sees it going very far.
“My expectations for this project are limitless. I know it was going to be huge for my career from the night this song was recorded. Snowcone and Tony Kelly who were present, were also in agreement when they heard the song and they both said to me that it was going to be massive.” Expressed Kapri
The “Bad By Myself” artiste has been busy in the studio cooking up a storm and at the same time raising public awareness for what’s going on in the music business. Look out for more things to come from this truly talented artiste.
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