Jori King - Killin It

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Clyde Strokes
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Not one to waste time being bashful, Vallejo, California crooner Jori King gets right into the thick of things in the music video for his latest single Killin It. Within the first few seconds of the song the upstart artist sets the sultry tone of Killin It as he croons, “Shawty, you the sh*t. I swear to f**king God/ Need to get you in this bed right now.” Backed by producer Clyde Strokes percussion-heavy production, King effortlessly laces the record with his silky, signature vocals. Accompanying the DJBooth favorite’s newest cut is the Daniel Czernilofsky-directed music video, which is just as passionate as the song it visualizes, but in a more sophisticated and subtle way. Killin It is not currently attached to a project release from the Cali native, but his latest single You Need Me can be still be freely streamed at The DJBooth.

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