Most people would prefer to bury their pasts and never look back. They figure that because people weren’t there to witness the dark moments of their lives, it is wise to act like they never happened. Cellus Hamilton is not most people. In his new video “Right Now”, Hamilton reminisces about the mistakes of his immature past and how they have made him into the man he is today. As a successful business owner, husband, and creator of three charting albums, Cellus Hamilton reflects on his days of getting high, chasing women, and writing self-glorifying music. The short song also features a powerful verse in which Hamilton shows his new style of rapping–exposing the ills and injustices of society.
Right Now was released as a single in 2018 but is finally receiving a visual 3 years later. The song features production from PALA and was directed by Alex Ferrec. This music video is the first one Ferrec has directed as he plans to establish himself as a sought-out creator in the music world. Video coloring was done by his wife Margaret Ferrec. Be sure to check out the video and also to stream “Right Now” on all platforms.
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