Visuals for Jully’s“Can You Feel It” single which it looks like she’s released in conjunction with Danier Leather.
Canadian music star Jully Black busts out her best moves in Can U Feel It, a hard edge track featuring a cast of all-Canadian looks. From hot leather by Danier to Izma’s skin hugging jumpsuit, the singing sensation stomped her way in style from start to finish in the new clip. “I spent 10.5 hours in heels with no pain! Ready to rock dis!,” shared Black who donned a pair of risk-taking pumps throughout the video, which was filmed last year.
Her roster of Canadian looks include: Danier Leather [main dance sequence], Wayne Clark [silver ensemble], Mary Rotman for Northbound Leather [black bustier], Izma [jumpsuit and belt in dance sequence] and accessories by Dean Davidson and Rita Tesolin.
Produced by Josh Bolingot, Patrick Duque, and Jamie Fernandes
Editor: Warren Credo
D.O.P: Warren Credo and Justin Create
Styled by Justin Create & Jon Ochangco
Production Assistant: James Mesina
Special Thanks: Bobby Hundreds, DJ Felli Fel Community54, Andrew Persaud, & Interim.
Ty Harper | Audio,Music | Tuesday, April 10th, 2012
When we can, we love giving music away for free simply for the pure love and desire to spread real music, uninfluenced by a label, industry or pop culture, but if you like this one, please purchase it, thank you
If I hurt you
How it would affect you
I never did leave you behind
It’s not me that you gotta remind
It seems like you live in rewind
I press play and go forward in timeI know you wish that you could be here
But i don’t know if you could keep up
Catch me if you canxo
released 09 April 2012
Written by M. Ayah Bishouty, B. Joseph
Produced by Slakah the Beatchild
Spade of Citizen Kane hooks up with DJ Law for a project of previously unreleased material from the Toronto O.G.’s vaults.
“Scartown Unreleased Classics” is a collection of songs we recorded from the years 2001 to 2005 which was never released. At that time when Citizen Kane was on the verge on making a major impact in the underground Hip Hop community world wide, but we were confronted with obstacles from the music industry that believed we were a little to “Street” and not friendly enough for Canadian radio. Refusing to follow the commercial sound that was becoming more popular at the time, we recorded melodic tracks with hard but poetic lyrics staying true the griddy style of music that made Citizen Kane unique. There is two albums worth of material in this album which is mixed by D.J. Law and appearances from Peep Sho, Califaith, Stitch 7 and many more artists we were working with at the time. The production is from Big Sproxx, Down to Earth, Product, Dungenetics and Lost Info. There are also tracks that include R.P. who left the group at that time for personal reasons never to return putting the music on hold for a good time. If ya love Hip Hop in its purest and realest form, you will love this album. It is a piece of Canadian music history from a group that laid the foundation for Canadian Hip Hop today. This is the album they never wanted you to hear. – Citizen kane