Jamaica Born/UK based Singer/Songwriter Denai Moore released her sophomore Album, “We Used To Bloom” earlier this year. Featuring her dose of inspirational and therapeutic sounds, many sung its praises and caught Denai’s live performances since its release. Something that enables many to love the music more is the behind the scenes, and Denai satisfied that sector with the release of her Short Film, “We Used To Bloom“. While she shares her experiences, viewers get a BTS look at her creative process including getting the lyrics together and assisting in putting the sounds together. Since the Album’s release, Denai has been showing up at various locations delivering work, and even catering to your taste buds thanks to her Vegan based Supperclub, “Dee’s Table“. “We Used To Bloom” and its remixed version are now available at all your favourite Digital Music Retailers. Check out the video below.
Introducing to the Blog today is a young lady who goes by the name, Denai Moore. She has been doing her thing for quite a while overseas, but she calls Jamaica the land of her birth. Recently, she released her 2nd Album titled “We Used To Bloom” (Get It Here). Today, I present to you a visual from that Album titled “Desolately Devoted“. Directed by Travys Owen and shot in the South African Desert, Denai speaks on the good and bad feelings associated with wanting to be with someone. It’s always two sides when it comes to relationships, you either want to go with it, or you hold back because you don’t want to let down your guard. In the video we see her oozing with “Black Girl Magic” as she makes various colourful outfit changes to blend with the breathtaking backdrops. No more talking, feast your eyes on a great visual below!