R&B songstress and actress Coco Jones has returned with a sultry tunes video for “Caliber,” readily available currently via Significant Standardz/Def Jam Recordings. The video is streaming exclusively on Facebook.
The visual is directed by Teyana Taylor and produced by Teyana’s generation enterprise, The Aunties. The launch of “Caliber” follows her extremely lauded position as the new Hilary Banking institutions, cousin of Will Smith in Bel-Air, Peacock’s Clean Prince reimagining (premiered February 13). “Caliber” is the 1st progress keep track of from Coco’s forthcoming debut EP, set for release afterwards this 12 months.
“With the release of ‘Caliber,’ I finally experience like I’m able to articulate the core of who I am,” stated Coco Jones. “My music is a appreciate letter to my journey, and who I have turn out to be. With the staff powering me, there is nowhere to go but up.”
“Caliber” is an empowering statement from Coco, whose mission is to be intimate and direct with listeners. Her confessional design and style began turning ears with “Just My Luck,” a clapback versus the leisure business launched in 2018: “Does my self-confidence offend you?” she questioned. “Cookie-cutter more than enough for you?/ Is my melanin offensive?” The movie has amassed more than 3 million YouTube views.
Raised in Nashville, 24-year outdated Coco was encouraged to go after her enthusiasm by her mom, a singer, and her father, who played in the NFL. By age nine, Coco was recording demos that her mother would burn on CDs to introduce the youngster at auditions.
Songs presented her entryway into performing, initial as a recurring guest on So Random! the Disney musical sketch comedy sequence (2011) then as the golden-voiced love interest in the Disney Television film, Let It Shine (2012). She has stayed active at any time because, flexing her selection throughout titles that span adventure romps, powerful dramas, holiday fare, and comedy horror (Netflix’s Vampires vs. the Bronx).
But singing is always at Coco’s essence. Coco has been in the studio with Grammy-stacking significant-hitters Bryan-Michael Cox, Darkchild, Eric Hudson, Bongo, Camper, Lil Eddie Serrano, Whole Circle, V Script, and Rockette. With reputations for putting their chips on winners, their collective credits span the spectrum of modern-day R&B, from Whitney to Mariah, Beyoncé to Summer time Walker.
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