“They tell us to dream the “possible” dreams and becoming a music artist isn’t an option where we’re from…We think different.” – B-doe & Keturah

Just over a week after releasing quite possibly the most lyrically creative video I’ve ever seen, independent hip-hop artist B-doe has teamed up with Keturah to release a powerful new music video to a brand new song “Street Lights.” The song is available on iTunes here.

The release of “Street Lights” marks B-doe’s first new official music release since his 2014 album Crescendo, an album which also featured Keturah on the song “Look to the Better.” Crescendo also featured the single “Tell It” and, if you’re new to B-doe’s music, I recommend you start with both the “Street Lights” and “Tell It” music videos – the “Tell It” music video can be seen here.

The “Street Lights” video was shot and edited by Kyle Ferguson – Jiggyproductions.com.


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