Why: Toronto artist Bryan Ghee drops new video in advance of mixtape
Our Weekly segment The Weekly Eight returns with the Apostolos Films and ScrewFace Films-directed video for “Why” by Toronto hip-hop artist, Bryan Ghee.
“Bryan’s new single “Why” is an introspective and upbeat record with relatable topics.”
Speaking on the new release Bryan says:
“The new single is just expressing how a lot of times people will be mad at me or wanting to see me slip and fail but be quick to show love when I’m up, then hate again and I just don’t know Why. I think many people go through these same situations, which makes it a very relatable song. Whether it’s an angry girlfriend that won’t tell you the reason she’s mad but expects you to magically know, or people just trying to fill your life with negative energy, sometimes you just don’t know Why!?”
- Artist/Group: Toronto-based recording artist, Bryan Ghee.
- Submission: The new video for “Why,” shot and directed by Apostolos Films and ScrewFace Films in Toronto.
- Streaming Links: “Why” is now available on all stream services including Spotify, and the music video is available for viewing on Bryan’s YouTube channel.
- Social Media: You can follow @BryanGhee on Instagram.
Check out the video for “Why” below.
BRYAN GHEE – WHY
THE WEEKLY EIGHT INFO
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- Sudbury’s Jor’Del Downz teams up with Adam Bomb & Breana Marin for “Don’t Be Mad”
- LA newcomer Kyle Banks impresses with new “Time Go” video
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- Toronto artist Sense releases new Timeline-produced single “Owe God”
- Edmonton’s Deuce Fantastick drops new visuals for “Flexin” featuring Mac Millon
- British Knights: Plus Mo drops first video off new project, Cassette Tape 2
- UK artist Doberman enlists Chicago’s Azmattic for “A Good Day” single