Tracye Eileen - Somehow Someway (Official Music Video)
Love will always find you Somehow Someway. Making this video with renowned Director Ali Leroi (Everybody Hates Chris) was a dream! Stylist/Wardrobe, Make-up, Director, Artist all from Chicago. Chi-town does it again! Enjoy! Credits: Tracye Eileen Executive Producer Ali LeRoi Director/Creative Producer Alexia Lewis Producer Tyler Dixon Director of Photography Kendall Duffie Music Producer Craig Carter B Camera Dionne Walker Actor Dolly Kimpiatu Actor Kiziana Jean-Louis Actor Dominique Bassette Costume Design/Wardrobe Angelica Patten Make Up Jae Williams Hair Selo Turner Producer's Assistant Alisa Murray Director's Assistant
Tracye Eileen - Now That We're Here (Official Lyric Music Video) feat. Donald Hayes
This is the official lyric music video for 'Now That We're Here' the second single release from the EP "It's Time." Written by Tracye Eileen and Kendall Duffie and featuring Donald Hayes, the video was produced by Kalonji Allmond, who was also the amazing photographer for this shoot.
Strange Fruit (Performed by Tracye Eileen) Dir. King Hammond, Prod. Nino Bankzz
My heart is broken over George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many countless others. Music has always been a healer and motivating force in my life, as well as during our history of struggle in America from slavery to this day, from Billie Holiday to Nina Simone and many other artists. In honoring our struggle, our ancestors and our fallen, I licensed and recorded Strange Fruit. My keyboard player Tom Viatsas joins me.We must continue to tell our stories, our history. Many thanks to the director @KingHammond_ and producer @Nino_Bankzz. This song was recorded by Billie Holiday in 1939, written by Abel Meeropol and published in 1937. It protested American racism, particularly the lynching of black Americans. Lynchings had reached a peak in the Southern United States at the turn of the century, and the great majority of victims were black. The song was again famously covered by Nina Simone in 1965. It has been called "a declaration of war" and "the beginning of the civil rights movement”. The song was included in the list of Songs of the Century by the Recording Industry of America and the National Endowment for the Arts.