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JORDAN DENNIS SHARES NEW SINGLE & CROSS CONTINENTAL ISOLATION DIRECTED AND SHOT VIDEO

JORDAN DENNIS SHARES NEW SINGLE & CROSS CONTINENTAL ISOLATION DIRECTED AND SHOT VIDEO
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JORDAN DENNIS SHARES NEW SINGLE & CROSS CONTINENTAL ISOLATION DIRECTED AND SHOT VIDEO


JORDAN DENNIS SHARES NEW SINGLE & CROSS CONTINENTAL ISOLATION DIRECTED AND SHOUT VIDEO

 

 

 

JORDAN DENNIS SHARES NEW SINGLE & CROSS CONTINENTAL ISOLATION DIRECTED AND SHOT VIDEO

‘THE LINK’

 

OUT NOW

STREAM/SHARE: https://orcd.co/thelink

WATCH: https://youtu.be/5y1VTGkO1YI

Today [3th July 2020] Australia’s fast rising hip-hop wonder boy, Jordan Dennis, reveals his latest single & jawdropping cross-continental isolation produced video, ‘The Link’, dropping via eponymous label imprint with The Orchard and The Operatives, Jordan Dennis Records.

 

The highly awaited follow up to Dennis’ first 2020 release ‘Doc Marty’, featuring ThatKidMaz and Denzel M and 2019’s debut EP HDM1, ‘The Link’ sets the bar high. With long-time friend and collaborator Jujo on production duties, ‘The Link’ is a shimmering example of Dennis’ creative prowess. Super slick and bursting with steeze, ice-cold bars dance over the steady hip-hop beat with urgency. From hi-octane bars to downtempo raps, ‘The Link’ captures Dennis on top-form, showcasing raw talent and an insatiable desire to continually outshine himself, while breaking down genre constraints.

 

Always pushing the boundaries, despite being up against isolation limitations and cross continental borders, ‘The Link comes to life with Sydney production house, Film Reaktor behind the music video. After hearing Dennis’ most recent release “Doc Marty” on Australia’s FBi radio, Film Reaktor got in touch to collaborate. Watch The Link : https://youtu.be/5y1VTGkO1YI

 

Speaking on the video, Director Kensaku Kakimoto says:

 

 “Since the global shutdown, I haven’t been able to shoot anywhere, even here in Tokyo. So I was very excited for this opportunity to collaborate with Filmreaktor, and remotely shoot the music video for the amazing Jordan Dennis. It’s unfortunate that I couldn’t be there feeling the vibe on set but I’m grateful to work with the artist and connect with new cast and crew and ‘Link’ up in a way that I never imagined before this project.”
Created remotely by acclaimed Japanese director Kensaku Kakimoto, the video was shot in an abandoned Sydney train tunnel, featuring a fierce troupe of dancers mirroring Jordan’s raw energy. Refusing to be restricted by proximity, Film Reaktor and Kakimoto have transformed ‘The Link’ into a visual wonder despite almost 8,000kms between them, a clear reminder that the industry remains connected on a global scale. On the video, Producer Jonas McLallen says: 
“The lyrics and music of the track were the foundation for the creative team to conjure the story, and all departments, from Costume through to Camera and Lighting took those ideas and expanded on them, creating a rich and connected piece of film that sits snugly adjacent to Jordan Dennis’ amazing track The Link. Filmmaking is necessarily a collaborative effort, and this project reminded us all that what binds us together is not necessarily visible, but absolutely present and vital.”

 

‘The Link’ follows Dennis’ last release ‘Doc Marty’, and 2019’s debut EP HDMI9, an incredible melodic record dishing up lyrical finesse and razor sharp bars in a 6-track testament to the timeless hip-hop sound. Last year Dennis found further time to jump on tracks by POLOSHIRT, 3K, ThatKidMaz, Dugong Jr, Tentendo, and continue ongoing work with Billy Davis. On the stage, Dennis delivers an infectious, ground-shaking presence witnessed across Australian festivals including St. Jerome’s Laneway, Let Them Eat Cake and NYE on the Hill as well as in support of Baker Boy, Winston Surfshirt, Mr Carmack, Joe Kay, TOKiMONSTA, Arno Faraji, Blackalicious and more. Having garnered attention across leading Australian radio channels, abc, triple j, Unearthed and FBi Radio, as well as online from key tastemakers including Berlin’s COLORS studio, FilterZine, Sniffers, Purple Sneakers and more, with a fearless approach to releases, freestyles and bars and abandonment of genre-boundaries, the future is bright for Jordan Dennis.

Post by: Sammi Swinton


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