Harlem Emcee Josiah Hotwire drops new music video for "Heaven",a track off his latest Mixtape "Can’t take me down". Capturing Hotwire's vision, Mak Studios and Limelight Production directed the anticipated music video while Hotwire was on tour in London UK.
Heaven symbolizes life's struggles and corruption behind closed doors, and also brings Awareness to black brutality worldwide. "Let’s make a change and don’t allow history to repeat itself,” said Hotwire, ".......the more we work together the better the world will shape itself to create a positive energy". Heaven was produced by Turel Music who is mostly known for rock music. Turel Music had this hip hop style beat instrumental, and with Hotwire's good friend David Goncalvez having a keen ear for hits, felt that it would be a great addition to his mixtape. Goncalvez also produced on Hotwire project along with other great creators.
"I'm not only an artist, I'm a Performer" states Hotwire and with his performances at SXSW last week, he left the crowd buzzing where he prove just that and more;not to mention grabbing the interest of executives from Digiwax and Universal Republic and other record labels. Hotwire will be releasing his next project on 4/20 and is also set to go on tour mid-spring.
Checks Out his new video Heaven "Can’t Take Me Down" by Josiah Hotwire is available for download via iTunes.
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