Wrapping up our premiere Thursday, we are teaming up with Raycee Jones for the release of her new music video for “Decisions,” the music video effortlessly creates a coy and playful mood, where we are left alone, flirting with possibility. Sometimes you have to forget what other people want for you, and make your own decisions! Whether it’s the right thing or the wrong thing, the major key is that you followed your own choices. “Decisions” is here to help you shoulder-dance into trusting yourself more – it’s about listening to your intuition. In an age of unrelenting comparison, Raycee‘s second visual will motivate you to put your phone down and stop comparing yourself, and your choices, to other people. Decide what makes you happy and thrills you. Late-night pizza? Do it. Staying up past your bedtime? Who cares! Sometimes a bad thing can be good — and usually the person with the answer is you. The most impactful growth comes from learning from our own no-good-decisions.
About the video, Jones comments:
“This visual is my second single off of my upcoming debut, EP. I want to dedicate this to my fellow decision makers. The ones who are taking risks and chasing their wildest dreams. Living life on their own terms. It’s equally for both my late night shakers, and early morning risers – for the go getter in all of us. Whatever direction your decisions take you, if you are striving to create your own joy, then it’s the right move. As an independent artist I’ve found that the greatest lessons come from learning from our no-good-decisions. I hope to inspire someone to take a risk…and enjoy the reward.”
Raycee’s hypnotizing and soulful voice has been influenced by artists like Lauryn Hill, Jessie Ware, Whitney Houston and Amy Winehouse. With funky, pop powerhouse vocals melting over plush and vibey beats, Raycee’s debut EP will make you feel like Janet Jackson, Alessia Cara and N.E.R.D. had a love child.
Raycee’s been on the NYC music scene for nearly a decade and has grown from girl to woman. Decisions, the EP, is a reflection of some of those experiences, and a mix of heart-wrenching ballads and party girl anthems to put the ultimate player in his place. The EP comprises a number of songs for women living in the post-#MeToo era!