Justin Love’s recent single, “Get Out” featuring Gashi, has been the highlight song of this summer, amassing 500k streams in just 2 weeks since release. Love and Gashi have unveiled an amusing video to accompany the song.
The Get Out video revolves around inspiration and celebration, showing Love and Gashi reap the rewards of their hard work after grinding for years in the ultra-competitive music industry. They’re “mini-mes” are portrayed by two cute kids who envision their futures ahead, complete with fancy cars, big houses and the lavish lifestyle of achieving your dreams.
Justin Love and Gashi had the following to share words to share about the Get Out video:
“I always strive to act as a role model to the younger generation and show them what hard work looks like. This video is a glimpse through the eyes of a young me to what can be achieved through years of determination.” – Justin
“This record and video are one of the greatest songs / videos I’ve ever been a part of and I’m very excited for the world to see this work of art.” – Gashi
Justin Love earned a Grammy nomination earlier this year for H.E.R.’s smash hit Focus, contributing as a songwriter. Get Out has amassed over 500k streams in a couple of weeks since its release, his third single of the year following up Runaway and Bad Mind. Love still has a few more songs up his sleeve that he’s excited to share before the end of the year.
Justin Love has come a long way from busking and performing in New Jersey malls to earning recognition as a prolific songwriter. Love didn’t want to make his fans wait any longer and just released his new single Get Out. This collaboration with Hip-Hop realm’s highly revered Gashi indicates a new direction for Love’s music, one that’s more colorful and dynamic.
Get Out opens up a new era for Love with more possibilities to experiment with his music and sound. The funky sub-bass working in conjunction with the high pitched guitar riffs set a more vibrant tone for the song. The breakdown that follows the tense climax lets the song breathe and insinuates a vulnerable moment in the song for Love to be intimate. Gashi’s verse resonates with Love’s obsession with his loved one too, but also reinstates the the young artist’s troubled state of mind. Although he’s already in touch with his emotional side, Love displays his affection deeply by holding onto the idea of his significant other and embraces his infatuation.
Justin Love has been a successful name in the R&B scene alongside his songwriting contributions with H.E.R.’s hit single Focus. He amassed several millions of streams as a solo artist and earned the recognition of the likes of Nicki Minaj and Alicia Keys. Love has a packed schedule for this year with several other single’s scheduled for release before the end of 2019. Make sure to check out Justin Love’s music video for Runaway and Bad Mind before you go and listen to his new jam Get Out.