Kevi Morse releases a brand new visual from his album Barnabas.

Kevi shares, “The idea for the Barnabas (Short Film) came to mind when I thought about how much we battle with life and its trials, but don’t understand that we’re stronger than them.  In the opening scene you see a figure who happens to be stronger than me burst in and try to captivate my mind. I waited and overcame this challenge once I realized I was more powerful. That thing could be stress, maybe depression, or something else holding you back from from realizing your purpose and destiny.

“Black Wall Street” was inspired by a street in Tulsa, Oklahoma. “What Chu Need” is about acknowledging that I have what people need and that’s the creator – God. I put the two songs together to close the chapter of my album – Barnabas (Short Film), he continues.

Shot, edited & directed by OrangeCap (Andy Miller).

Barnabas is available at all digital outlets.

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Barnabas-Kevi/dp/B0773VVVZF/
Apple Music: http://apple.co/2zwKuVJ
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Kevi_Barnabas?id=Bk64j6w5wzawaad4xecppchulpi
iTunes: http://apple.co/2zyBixY

Source: SOHH PR

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