ellee ven Releases Video For Single “The L Word”
Self-Proclaimed “Groovalutionary” ellee ven releases a new video for “The L Word” her recently-released single.
“The L Word” video, filmed and directed by Noé Padilla, was filmed in New York City while ven was producing soon-to-be-released single, “180 Degrees,” at Threshold Studios. With a mission to remain consistently in creative pursuit, this video is the first of a series to be filmed while traveling with the band.
In Review: The video for “The L Word” fully captures the hypnotic rhythms and passion for music that ellee ven is known for, strong and punch urban influenced beats and dance patterns flow with exuberance. “The L Word” featuring the undeniable talents L.A. rapper Prodéje and ellee ven is magical. Love can be found on the streets of the city, but lays forever in the passionate heart.
The single “The L Word” was produced by and features L.A. rapper, Prodéje. A solo member of South Central Cartel, and also part of a duo with fellow SCC rapper Havoc, Prodéje played an important role in the early- to late-’90s development of West Coast gangsta rap. In addition to rapping, Prodéje also handles a sizable amount of the production for his recording.
The founder of Indie Hot Sauce Records, ellee ven’s upcoming releases are being produced by legendary Terry Santiel and mixed by Grammy-winning Reggie Dozier. These gents have mad experience. Their partial lists of credits include Justin Timberlake, Michael Jackson, Outkast, Rose Royce, Joe Cocker, Marvin Gaye and Barry White.
Cyber songstress ellee ven is dedicated to producing worldwide, but is always most at home with her core trio – guitarist Antony Lee (Urban Dread), the aforementioned Prodéje (SCC), and drummer Jody Giachello (Haim, Chotto Ghetto). Santiel upped the superstar factor with the amazing Jeffrey Motley (Beyoncé, Mary J. Blige, Lauryn Hill) on keys and Sam Sims (Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Jody Watley) on bass. Ven comments, “The next releases will sound very different than the last, but of course, it’s a progression. It’s us. The more I create, the more I truly value the privilege that is to make music with these amazing talents.”
Totally Original – New But Familiar – ellee ven
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