Jez Dior – Love Me To Death [Music Video]
In case you missed it, I wanted resend Jez Dior’s second single and music video “Love Me To Death” off his upcoming Scarlett Sage project. Since its release, the video has garnered over 30,000 views on YouTube and the song has garnered over 90,000 plays on Soundcloud. “Love Me To Death” also reached the coveted number one spot on the Hype Machine shortly after its release and has garnered critical acclaim from many major outlets. Although the video/song has been released for a few weeks now, I hope you could consider featuring it on TheHipHop.org. It is sites such as yours that are instrumental in breaking new artists such as Jez Dior. If not, I hope you enjoy the song and I appreciate you taking the time to check out the music.
After much anticipation, Jez Dior releases the second single “Love Me To Death” off his upcoming Scarlett Sage project. The track is the followup to his debut single entitled “Candles” that quickly shot to #1 on The Hype Machine and garnered over 400,000 plays across YouTube and Soundcloud to date. At the time, Jez Dior’s quick rise left many skeptical whether he could do it again given the fact that he had only one track to his name. With “Love Me To Death”, it is clear that Jez Dior is here to stay. From the production to the lyrics to the visuals, Jez Dior has leapfrogged himself in every category and proven that he is one to watch in 2013.
About Jez Dior
Jez Dior is a Los Angeles based Hip-Hop artist. His upcoming mixtape Scarlett Sage will mark his first ever solo release. Being the son of 1970’s punk rocker Steve Dior – best friend of Sid Vicious and crafter of many Sex Pistols songs, he is no stranger to the music scene. He started creating songs at the age of 13 and has progressed immensely and matured as an artist. His idols range from Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain to the likes of Kanye West. Family life hasn’t always been the easiest for him as many deaths and his father’s addiction tore his family apart. His music all relates back to real life situations and struggles. Only being 20 years old he still has a lot of time ahead of him to continue to grow as an artist and to be able to brand himself into rap superstardom.
Song produced by Foundation.
Direction, Cinematography, Post – Stephen Mallett
Producer – Alex Feig
Production Company – Green Glow