Multi-talented artist Byron Juane released the sweetly warm video for “Honey” today (August 16). In the Will Falling in love can be the best and worst moment an individual can experience. At peak you’re utterly enamored by the intimacy your significant other provides. At worst you wish to have never encountered them in the first place. “Strangers” gives the listener a vibrant perspective of a love that regretfully formed.
Multi-talented artist Byron Juane released the sweetly warm video for “Honey” today (August 16). In the Will Thomas-directed visual, Juane and his love interest, played by Nya Ramirez, have fun taking pictures with a Polaroid camera and walking through an art gallery. “Honey” was shot in Atlanta and harkens back to simpler times when love wasn’t sought after on a screen, but was nurtured through quality time.
“Honey” is off Juane’s “Hopeful Soul” EP, which was released in May through Reflection Music Group. It appeared in the Top 5 of iTunes’ R&B/Soul charts, sharing company with industry heavyweights India.Arie, Rotimi and Khalid. Hopeful Soul marked Juane’s expansion beyond rap as he seeks to become a well-rounded artist who reclaims what it means to be a soulful storyteller.