Watch Joy Crookes shares video for ‘19th Floor’
Taken from her debut album, ‘Skin’.
Following the release of her debut album ‘Skin’ last year, Joy Crookes has shared the video for ‘19th Floor’.
Directed by Ebeneza Blanche, Joy says, “I loved working with Ebenezer on this video. We wanted to create visuals that were reflective of the complexity and beauty of community, especially the immigrant community within London. The song is a recognition of all the obstacles immigrants have to overcome to build a life in somewhere like the UK, an acknowledgment of the journey that my Grandmother for example had to face to get to the 19th floor of a South London tower block and the heights that she has managed to reach.”
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