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ACCLAIMED DIRECTOR HYPE WILLIAMS SET TO DIRECT DEBUT MUSIC VIDEO FOR JOSH BAZE

 width=ACCLAIMED DIRECTOR HYPE WILLIAMS SET TO DIRECT DEBUT MUSIC VIDEO FOR JOSH BAZE THE STAR HAS BEEN NOTED AS “THE PRIORITY ARTIST” OF 2011

“If you love H.O.V.A by Jay-Z then you’ll love Josh Baze.” –

“Josh Baze fuses a stylin’ look with hip-hop nostalgia to conjure a motif that mirror’s West’s early days.” ““ Us Weekly Magazine

“New, Colorful, Singular”- Hype Williams

Los Angeles, CA/ May 10th, 2011/- Renowned video director Hype Williams partners with breakout star and buzz artist Josh Baze for his debut music video on buzz track “We Made It” produced by Griffin Guess. The highly anticipated single “We Made It” is being called epic while buzzed to be one of Hype Williams best video projects since ’s “Diamonds from Sierra Leone” in 2005. The Josh Baze hype fuels off the release of his first two buzz tracks “Hollyhood” and “Peroxide”, who both received critical acclaim for Baze’s early lyrical prowess and mesmerizing production. Griffin Guess notes the creative partnership of Hype Williams and Josh Baze;

“Having Hype Williams direct Josh Baze’s first video is a blessing; He is a true visionary of hip hop story telling. “We Made it” is going to reflect that feel good summer for the times that resonates into a sure hip-hop classic!

The soon-to-be summer anthem is a sure bet in its attempt to attract listeners to the fresh sound that Josh Baze music reflects. Hype William’s concrete legacy in video pioneering will assist in the overall tone and brand messaging of the breakout star Josh Baze. Hype William’s partnership with Josh Baze is an obvious sign of the talent and skill that listener’s will grow to love from the Brooklyn bred emcee. The will occur May 12-17th in various iconic Los Angeles locations.

CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.