Dana Williams: “Let Me”


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The following visual for the song "Let Me" was released today by singer-songwriter Dana Williams.

According to The Urban Music Scene: "Today, L.A-based singer-songwriter Dana Williams releases a visual for her new single 'Let Me,' a flirtatious track about the fear and excitement at the beginning of a relationship. Swooning with jazzy nonchalance and huge emotion, the video, directed by @Hustlecake (Khalid, Wiz Khalifa), places Dana’s vocal and lyrical subtleties center stage. Williams co-wrote the song with Jack Laboz, who also produced the track.

“Shooting the ‘Let Me’ music video was such a fun experience,” says Dana. “The director Alex Di Marco rented a black box studio which was really cool. He played around with primary colors using a yellow dress against blue curtains. It was really nice to be able to perform this song on a stage since it’s been such a long time since I’ve performed live.”

Read more at The Urban Music Scene.

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