LOUIS YORK RELEASES NEW VIDEO ADDRESSING INDIVIDUALITY, BULLYING & SELF-ACCEPTANCE

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( ENSPIRE ENTERTAINMENT ) LOUIS YORK RELEASES NEW VIDEO  ADDRESSING INDIVIDUALITY, BULLYING & SELF-ACCEPTANCE

Weirdo Workshop band Louis York is excited to release their new video “Hipsters,” which is featured on their new EP Masterpiece Theater: Act II (Click Here).  Also known as multi-Grammy nominated production and songwriting team Chuck Harmony & Claude Kelly (Rihanna, Britney Spears, Bruno Mars, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson among others), the duo wrote and produced the single along with the whole EP.  In creating “Hipsters,” the guys were very deliberate about the theme of the single, which addresses individualitybullying, and self-acceptance.

“As a self-proclaimed ‘weirdo,’ we wanted to create a song that the fans could relate to as well as address a topic as serious as bullying,” states Kelly, who continues “As artists, I think it’s also part of our responsibility to educate the public.”

In addition, the duo’s previous video “Don’t Play,” which premiered via Essence.com (Click Here), was added to video stations across the country including MTV LiveBET SoulAspire TV and Music Choice. Fans can check out their recent interview YouKnowIGotSoul.com which features their impromptu (and funny) performance of TLC’s “Baby Baby Baby” (Click Here) as well as view them perform “Hipsters,” as well as fan favorites “Things I Should’ve Said” and “Good Drinks” from their exclusive ThisIsRnB Sessions by clicking here.

 

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