GAWVI Releases Video For “Late Nights”

August 15, 2016 by Robert Lindquist

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Riding a wave of success following the release of his debut EP Lost In Hue last week, crossover Hip Hop producer turned Electo-pop/Dance artist GAWVI, returns with the official music video to the lead track, “Late Nights.” The video premiered online with the influential entertainment and lifestyle outlet, VIBE, who praised GAWVI for fusing “hip-hop, pop, and electro to create a sound with a global appeal” and noted that “the world has taken notice.” The video for “Late Nights” is now available to view on GAWVI’s VEVO channel.

“Late Nights” and the rest of the Lost In Hue EP debuted on the Billboard charts as the #2 Electronic/Dance and #16 Independent album. This, combined with over 200,000 streams already for the EP on Spotify, has successfully solidified GAWVI’s transition into dance music.

Complimenting “Late Nights” now comes an official video that follows GAWVI as he embarks on a night out in downtown Miami. Speaking about the track GAWVI comments,

“This is a song that gives voice to my biggest fears and doubts when it comes to temptation…”

The video continues with this theme, illustrating the many forms temptation can take, in this case women, partying and drinking. Those that have given in to it possess red, fiery eyes, and seem detached from reality. Produced by Latch Lab, whose portfolio includes work with the likes of Rick Ross and Lecrae, the video gives a further creative angle to this runaway hit.

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Robert Lindquist has been involved in the DJ profession since 1967, when he built a make-shift sound system from spare parts in order to provide music for a birthday party. From that point on, he supplemented his day-jobs in radio, TV and advertising by DJ’ing in clubs and for weddings and corporate events. In 1987, he was encouraged to share his DJ experience in writing, which led to the release of “Spinnin’” at the initial DJ Times Expo in Atlantic City.Recognizing the need for a publication dedicated to Mobile DJs, he created Mobile Beat “The DJ magazine” in 1990. In addition to still being a sound tech and DJ/MC for weddings, he is a producer of video content writes for several audio publications and blogs. He is also a partner in Las Vegas based Level 11 Media, which maintains several Web sites and digital publications for musicians and touring sound engineers and is an IMDb listed actor and voice talent.


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