WATCH: ArinMaya — “I Find Her”

Take a walk around Brooklyn with @arinmaya



New music from Brooklyn-by-way-of-Chicago soul folk artist Arin Maya over a laid-back groove, a seductive beat that’s initially disarming. By the time you realize what’s happening, it’s got its hooks into you, clearing the way for her lyrics of self-discovery.

Congrats, too, to the director, Richard Louissaint.  We’ve known him primarily as a photographer, so it’s a nice change to see his full-motion work.  Enjoy!

Additional link:

  • ArinMaya official


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