YOVANNI – Breathe

YOVANNI – Breathe

YOVANNI presents the Official Music Video for his new single, ‘Breathe’

In his 2012 QOOL Music Awards acceptance speech for Best R&B Dance Artist, YOVANNI mentioned, “Never ever, ever quit in your imaginative and prescient.” Mixing components of R&B and funk with electronica, YOVANNI cites Madonna, George Michael, and Adam Lambert as his favourite artists, although his sound is uniquely his. He’s had a couple of releases which have charted (“Hello, “I Want You,” “Milkyway,” in addition to new single “Breathe”), however issues haven’t at all times come simply.

After shifting from Cuba to Florida on the age of 6, YOVANNI started his path as a musician when a instructor on the prestigious New World School of the Arts overheard him singing and gave him singing classes throughout his lunch breaks. Eventually, YOVANNI was accepted into the musical theatre program. When he completed his research, it was off to New York City, the place he made ends meet by working in eating places whereas writing, recording, and performing. A canopy of Bill Withers’ “Lean On Me” received him a spot on the prestigious singing competitors, Showtime on the Apollo. YOVANNI then recorded back-up vocals for a lot of native artists and bands (together with Nia Mone’t) earlier than he switched gears to totally consider his solo profession, releasing songs that acquired the eye of critics and the general public within the US and Europe.

When occasions are robust, the toughest – however most necessary – factor we are able to do is “Breathe.” That’s the title of YOVANNI’s newest single, which sees digital rock components mixed with a melancholy vibe and lyrics concerning the ups and downs of life that we are able to all relate to. The “Breathe” video is a haunting, film-noir type clip captured absolutely in black and white that explores the each day battles of melancholy and non secular afflictions that all of us cope with in life. Depicting suicide, homelessness, the church, and the religion that every thing might be okay if we maintain on to religion, “Breathe” is a wonderful efficiency with a robust message.