Artist Kamau Kenyatte and partners up with Toweh and Nikko Sherard to deliver the visual to their smash hit single “1996,” directed by Ricky Day.
In the video, the trio parties it up with a few friends, clad in overalls, takes a stroll through the neighborhood on bikes, and red cups in-hand, as they remind us what ’96 use to feel like. It’s definitely a feel-good tune that is bound to go far.
After years of working behind the scenes as a producer and songwriter for superstars such as Ne-Yo, Estelle, French Montana, Wale, Boyz II Men, Janelle Monae, Blackstreet, Snoop Dogg and countless others, international, platinum-selling producer/singer/songwriter, Warren Kurtiss, steps into the spotlight with the music video for his own new single, “Spin It.”
Enlisting the exceptional talents of rising American, NYC-based singer/songwriter Nikko Sherard, Warren brings fans a video and single that crosses language barriers.
Directed by Usef Nait, the video captures the duo trading both English and French verses and hooks in a sprawling complex of lavish, Spanish-styled buildings with shots of the beautiful San Diego skyline as the backdrop. The energy is palpable and the vibes are soaked in positivity, which are all totally infectious and will have you singing and grooving along in no time.
The video has been making waves internationally and recently landed a spot in the rotation at MCM TV (the equivalent of MTV in France). Set for an official U.S. release on iTunes under Warren’s own Dawty Music Group imprint on October 5th, 2015, “Spin It” promises that Warren will soon be lighting up charts and screens under his own name worldwide.