As a recipient of 2 Grammy, 2 MTV and NAACP Image awards along with songwriting credits for Angie Stone and Arrested Development . . . Eshe is perfectly poised atop a solid foundation of true talent and undeniable star quality for 2014 and beyond.
Eshe’s new music video, “So Gone” is the second single from Eshe’s upcoming EP. The video was filmed in Atlanta, GA at Big Studio and is directed by photographer/director Nathan Stoan. “Magical is the only way I can describe my relationship with Nathan. He gets me. We’re like SOUL MATES,” said Eshe. “I’m his muse. A divine connection that goes beyond work . . . he’s my dear friend. Nathan is AMAZING and the world will soon witness his GREATNESS!”
Eshe introduces Randy Simmons as her leading man in the video. “Working with Randy was like a breath of fresh air,” said Eshe. “He’s a rare spirit. He’s kind, easy going, professional, supportive and don’t forget handsome! What more can a lady ask for. I look forward to working with Randy in the near future.”
The song “So Gone” was produced by Mabanua, a native of Japan. This is Eshe’s third collaboration with Mabanua. “I LOVE this guy!! A great producer, artist and drummer . . . my JAPANESE brother,” said Eshe. “He believed in me when others didn’t and I thank him for that. He blessed me with three great records and I look to continue my work with him. Much love to Mabanua!”
Eshe co-wrote “So Gone” with creative greats Traci Hale, Kevin Maxim and David Royale. Hale, the secret weapon of some of this industry’s most bankable talent scored huge with Rihanna’s “What’s My Name” which lived for a time at the top of Billboard’s Hot 100’s list. “Working with Traci is always fun! We’ve been friends for years and we know each other so well,” said Eshe. “Traci knows my vibe as an artist and she knows what I like . . . She’s an AMAZING writer and I’m very blessed to have her on my project. My sister and friend . . . one of the dopest songwriters in the game . . . Traci Hale!”
Please contact Teddy Lewis, Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-376-3168 to schedule interviews and/or to book performances with Eshe, or to request any additional information.
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