Saturday, July 10, 2010

Wayne Marshall "My Heart" Video Review

Hey Guys, 

The other day I noticed a building buzz about the release of a video from one of our dance hall artistes Wayne Marshall. At first I paid no attention, I'm always hearing about this video and that video only to be disappointed when I view the finished product. Then I saw the trailer, that was all I needed to sit up and pay attention the quality was crisp, there seemed to be a concept and do I dear believe an actual plot? I went to the video launch last night which was sponsored by NCB, Coca Cola, and Flow (sorry if I missed anyone). The support was there in full force with many artistes such as Jah Cure, Mavado (who also is featured in the video), Proteje, Cecile, Chi-ching, present. When the time came and after a couple tries the video was shown in its entirety only for the audience to ask for it to be played two more times. I can genuinely say that I was beyond pleased with the quality of the video, Marshall seems to always find the formula for good entertainment let's not forget "Marshall Town". The plot was solid AND the acting was definitely on point. I look forward to seeing it play on BET, MTV and Much More Music, because its definitely has international quality written all over it. In many ways it reminds me of Common's "Testify" which means that "My Heart" is in excellent company. 

Faith and Love, 

Mamachell 

P.s my only critique of the plot is when the lead was arguing with Wayne AFTER she got caught. Right then and there she needed a hot bax! IMO... Peep the video Below 


4 comments:

QuickBrownFox said...

Really good video!

Jherane said...

Haha @ your last notes. I agree with you 110% The video has an excellent quality which I hope continues to ripple in the dance-hall media.

Eqlektik said...

If we want our music to progress internationally then more of our locally produced music videos need to be of the standard of Wayne Marshall's latest project.

Aurie said...

you're the reason why i watched the video Chels...I'm luvin the higher quality and the song is solid.