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"Stronger (Longer)" - Video Graffiti Art

Synopsis: 

Stronger is a fashion/music video graffiti intended to be used as a wall projection in the streets of New York.

Charlie Vox is a strong black female singer/songwriter whose wrote songs for Rihanna ("Final Goodbye") and Melanie Fiona ("Monday Morning"). She has also worked alongside top producers Stargate (Ne-Yo, Shakira), Kosine of The Interns (Nicki Minaj, Big Sean) and Steve McKie (Jill Scott, Estelle). She's garnered enormous success in the Asia and European markets working with the likes of foreign superstars such as Kumi Koda, Naime Amuro and Crystal Kay.

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00:44:00

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Information for the Audience: 
Charlie Vox is a strong black female singer/songwriter whose wrote songs for Rihanna ("Final Goodbye") and Melanie Fiona ("Monday Morning"). She has also worked alongside top producers Stargate (Ne-Yo, Shakira), Kosine of The Interns (Nicki Minaj, Big Sean) and Steve McKie (Jill Scott, Estelle). She's garnered enormous success in the Asia and European markets working with the likes of foreign superstars such as Kumi Koda, Naime Amuro and Crystal Kay. 
 
This video is a promo for her latest single release: STRONGER (LONGER).
Screenings / Awards: 
(BEST FASHION SPOT AWARD NOMINEE) Identitaria International Film Festival - (ITALY) - September 2017
 
Directed by: 
Roy Wol (Best Music Video Award at 15th Garden State Film Festival, USA)
Writing credits: 
Roy Wol (Best Music Video Award at 15th Garden State Film Festival, USA)
Cast: 
Charlie Vox
Produced by: 
Roy Wol (Best Music Video Award at 15th Garden State Film Festival, USA) Tim Dotan (Best Music Video Award at 15th Garden State Film Festival, USA)
Music by: 
Charlie Vox
Cinematography by: 
Scott Beardslee (Beyonce & The Stroke's cinematographer)
Film Editing by: 
Roy Wol (Best Music Video Award at 15th Garden State Film Festival, USA)
Release Date: 
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Official sites: 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Vox
Total votes: 1566

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