Young Bull release impressive vintage-style music video for “City Girl” showcasing downtown Durham

By CLTure News

February 7, 2020

Back in November, Durham, North Carolina’s Young Bull released their latest project, Young Is Not an Individual. The five-song EP packed their signature style of hip-hop, R&B, soul, and jazz into a compact set of silky smooth songs displaying both their versatility and musical artistry.

L to R: Christian Sinclair and Tahmique Cameron of Durham’s Young Bull.

The group, consisting of Tahmique Cameron, Christian Sinclair, and Solomon Fox released an innovative music video for the track “City Girls,” utilizing a vintage film look, and some sleek visual effects. Directed by Patrick Lincoln of Raleigh-based production company, Torch House Media, the Durham Skatepark in downtown served as the central setting for the well-textured short film.

The video begins in black and white and swiftly switches to a grainy vintage color tone, cleverly highlighting scenic shots of Durham through an evening car ride and flashing backdrops. From the dancing, singing, and rapping to the skateboarding, fresh faces, and gritty visual aesthetics, the video is packed full of flavor.

Watch the music video for “City Girl” by Young Bull directed by Patrick Lincoln of Torch House Media.

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