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Peter Jackson & Jim Jones are working on a multi-national video for “Fell”

9-0-Nickel Entertainment CEO and recording artist Peter Jackson has revealed production details for his next video release, “Fell.”

Featuring a guest appearance by Jim Jones and production by Dub J, the video for “Fell” will be released in support of Jackson’s 23 & A Half which was released on June 26. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic making it harder to promote the project, Jackson has found new ways to bring in streams and create the needed marketing collateral, such as music videos.

 
Jim Jones shooting scenes from Fell

Jim Jones shooting scenes from “Fell”

With a travel ban still in place, getting Jim Jones to come to Canada (or going to him) wasn’t an option, so Jackson lined up a videographer from New York to take care of Jones’ part.

“With me being in Canada & him being in the US with the borders still closed, we still got the work done properly,” Jackson wrote on social media posts promoting footage of Jones’ part being filmed in New York City.

 
Jim Jones shooting scenes from Fell

Jim Jones shooting scenes from “Fell”

The New York shoot was handled by Long Island-based Social Media House, while the Canadian side was handled by Canadian Film Coalition.

“Fell” follows Jackson and Amber J’s video for “Pray, That I,” and will be the fifth video released in support of 23 & A Half. The popular video for the Fetty Wap-assisted “If It’s You,” has been viewed over 395K times to date since premiering on WorldStarHipHop on May 15.

“Fell” and 23 & A Half are available on various digital streaming platforms including Apple Music and Spotify.


Artwork for Fell by Peter Jackson


Artwork for Fell by Peter Jackson

You can follow @PeterJackson905 and @JimJonesCapo on Instagram.


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