No More" is a heartbreaking R&B song describing his affection for his true love but discovering that she has been seeing someone else, betraying his trust and inflicting his heart with sorrow
Online PR News – 02-August-2013 – New York – From the Lone Star State comes R&B's newest crooning prodigy Terrence Hamilton. From a young age he has been cultivating his voice to sing about the many trials and triumphs he's faced. The appropriately named "My Journey" is his debut album that is set to put his voice on display and his name on the R&B map.
His first single entitled "No More" is his first effort to promote his new project and it comes with a compelling, yet emotional music video. "No More" is a heartbreaking R&B song describing his affection for his true love but discovering that she has been seeing someone else, betraying his trust and inflicting his heart with sorrow.
The lies, deceit, and schemes are acted out within the music video in rhythm of the song, with the storyline apt to fit Hamilton's new single. From the moment the video begins, the audience can tell the trepidation Hamilton undergoes. The scene starts with Hamilton and his girlfriend routinely exchanging affection while he drops her off in the city, just to see her leave and drop a hotel card key. This raises suspicion on his part which leads him to devise a plan to confront her in attempts to finding out the truth between them.
The song's storyline is the driving force behind the music video. Using an array of backdrops, the video shows not only the plight at hand, but also reflects Hamilton's pain. The scenes by himself are an active metaphor to show loneliness and his empty feeling through the industrial backgrounds and solemn parks. The scens in and around the hotel and city act as the primary focus to engage the audience in the imagery of his song.
Terrence Hamilton has proven his voice is remarkable, but his lyrics are now put to exhibition and what better way to pronounce his artistry than with a video concept that is a dagger to the heart of cheating relationships. "No More" is a fine example of a music video that accentuates the song without compromising it's actual lyrics and depth. Be on the lookout for Terrence Hamilton's album "My Journey" and more videos from his debut album.