2017 has been all about putting in work and building towards big moves for Alesia Lani. She’s been putting in work in the studio and on the promotional fronts, and the music video release/rollout of Intentions shows this. When this collaboration with G-Jet (produced by Jon Deas) first hit Soundcloud, it definitely got some attention, and it showed a bit of growth and edge emerging in Alesia Lani‘s music. Add a bit of DVZN Media‘s visual magic, and some choreography courtesy of Michelle Gomez that has me getting Aaliyah vibes, and you’ve got a money music video. Big ups to Alesia Lani and her whole team on the moves being made.
Someone really needs to put together a music video reel for Austin 2017, because the output has been stellar on all genre fronts.
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Alesia Lani has been a fixture on the Austin R&B scene for quite a few years, and it seems as if she has always had a goal to bring legitimacy to both her own career and the scene she represents. With the release of her latest single, Intentions, it seems that she has found a new focus on growing herself and her presentation as an R&B singer. Intentions has an air of maturity to it without seeming like it places her above anyone listening. It has a very direct message (say what you mean, do what you say), and it fits perfectly over standout production from Kal V and Jon Keyz. Add a wonderful guest verse from G-Jet, and you’ve got a radio-ready song that will hopefully make some positive noise for Alesia Lani.
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Tagged alesia lani, austin, chief, g-jet, intentions, jon keyz, kal v, the doomsday device