TheColorGrey - Jamaica


19 Oct

TheColorGrey Drops New Official Music Video for ‘Jamaica’

On October 19, TheColorGrey dropped the official music video for ‘Jamaica’, a single from his EP ‘For What It’s Worth’. Scroll down to watch ‘Jamaica’.

Directed by a friend of the Belgium artist, Anthony Nti, the music video starts off showing TheColorGrey sitting high on his horse in front of his castle. Whatever symbolic meaning is hidden behind the video, I’m just glad he released a video for this track. Besides that, I low-key love how he took us back to the medieval times. I shit you not, this is one of my favorite songs from his EP. It’s so powerful!

The first time I heard TheColorGrey perform ‘Jamaica’ was last year. Back then the song was unreleased. From there on out, I knew this was about to be a major hit because it has such a strong beat. I think it has the potential to be the next club or festival banger.

Anyways, without further ado, we present to you TheColorGrey’s new music video dubbed ‘Jamaica’.

Play ‘Jamaica’ on Spotify, Tidal, Apple Music and iTunes store. Also, his latest EP For What It’s Worth is definitely worth adding to your favorites.

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