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@OpeVisualz Wants To Change The Video Production Industry




An artist can tell a story through their lyrics. With the help of an innovative video director, they can push that narrative further and create an unforgettable visual experience for their audience. Kayode Opeifa Jr, best known by his director name OpeVisualz, craves to innovate further and push boundaries in film directing. Born in Nigeria, OpeVisualz moved to the windy city of Chicago at 3 months old. OpeVisualz found his footing in directing when he was studying Economics and Statistics at the University of Connecticut. Starting his creative career as a freelance photographer, borrowing camera equipment to work on his craft. He was quickly able to secure high profile artist, modeling agencies, and university bookings. His Made in America festival recap featured Cardi B, Travis Scott, Juice World, and Lil Uzi Vert.

OpeVisualz is Different

What differentiates OpeVisualz from others is his branding and his work ethic. He began to develop video editing skills from working on and reediting already mastered videos he found online. Once confident in his abilities, he could leverage his editing work to purchase his own camera and equipment to start curating work of his own.  Influenced by many great film directors, he singled out Hype Williams for piquing his interest in music videos from a young age and Dave Meyers and Christian Breslauer as he got into the intricacies of his work. This influence can be seen in incorporating cinematic elements into his videos with a touch of commercial appeal. OpeVisualz is known for his music video sequencing and creative color grading skills. He understands how important and intricate sequencing is when it comes to the videos he produces. He loves to invoke nostalgia and playing with emotion in his work, which he finds keeps his viewers drawn in.

As a rising film director, OpeVisualz finds his inspiration within his clients and sees his clients’ level of confidence when it comes to their videos.

“I love the reactions I receive when presenting the work to clients. It’s also fulfilling to be able to help produce content to solve a problem that they have. My entire business model is structured around customer satisfaction,” he said, “All my experiences thus far suggest that I should continue doing what I’m doing.”

In the process, OpeVisualz was able to curate “Final Focus Films,” his own label for talented creatives. This collective includes graphic designers, cinematographers, editors, colorists, producers, directors, artists, marketers, casting directors, models, and makeup artists. He finds that putting people in specialized roles can put out high-level content and give a great customer experience. As a result, they offer customers to merchandise, film production, model casting, digital marketing, and digital assets such as tutorials and presets.

As for what’s on the way for the budding director, more creative pieces with a nostalgic element to each, he has projects on the way with JuS, AmaruCloud, and ANoyd and commercial projects. For now, check out his YouTube playlist featuring some of his best work.

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Mike Atlas Released His New Single “Graveyard Story”



Houston, Texas Native Mike Atlas looks to go worldwide with his new single “Graveyard Story.” With his lethal and melodic sound, he looks to inspire many throughout the world, showing that anything is possible through his hard work and dedication. This lyrical nightmare is inspired by some of the greats. (Michael Jackson, Tupac Shakur, Kendrick Lamar, to name a few).

2021 was a hard year for the independent artist. Losing two of his closest friends and biggest supporters through his journey was tough, but added more fuel to his fire and desire. “I feel they driving me to a higher purpose with my talents to truly live out my dream not only for them but myself.” Through his strength and determination the Houston rapper looks to make his mark in 2022 after a rough 2021.


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Lil Bape Shares The Artist Who He Looks Up To



Being relatively new to the music game, Lil Bape likes to learn from artists he looks up to: A Boogie, Justin Bieber, and 2Pac, just to name a few. By tapping into the artists he grew up listening to, Lil Bape is always inspired to refine his own sound, making it unique to him.

“ My style is original and unique. I would describe my sound as diverse because I can go from one genre to the next.”

Though he may find inspiration in other artists, he also finds a lot of motivation and support from friends and family. Starting music at the age of 15, Lil Bape was often exploring his outlets with other family members who were also into music. He only began to take it seriously when he recorded his first record in full in a studio. He credits his father for his work ethic and determination in his goals.

“ My dad is my motivation. I saw him start from the bottom, never giving up and always going after what he wanted. Our bond motivates me to strive to succeed so that if and when I ever have kids, I could do the same for them.”

Lil Bape has released his latest EP, “Zipped Up In My Tears”, which is available for streaming on all platforms.

Check out Lil Bape on [youtube] and keep up with him on social media.

IG: @LilBape2418

YouTube Channel: Lil Bape  

TikTok: LilBape2418

Twitter : @Lilbape2418

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Frank Roth Is A Rising DJ Who’s Killing It Right Now




Often dubbed “The Elephant In The Room,” The Dominican/American Bronx native DJ, Frank Roth has succeeded in standing out from the crowd, both on and off the turntables. With more than seven years of DJing under his belt, he’s quickly become one of New York City’s most respected up-and-coming DJs.

Roth’s DJ career evolved as he began filling rooms with his unique energized “open format” DJ style that often fuses hip-hop, Latin, Top 40 and other genres. In 2014, he won “Best DJ on the Rise” in the nationwide Latin Mixx Awards. It was also at this time that Roth began his role as producer on the #1 rated overnight radio show on NYC’s WWPR Power 105.1. You can listen to Roth live every weekend as a Mixshow DJ on Power 105.1.

Along with his professionalism, Roth embodies the versatile and vibrant energy of New York City. He has high-profile clients spanning across the nation and can be found catering to his community DJing at festivals, parades, and school functions.

On Saturday, October 30th, Frank Roth partnered with hospitality entrepreneur Miguel Plaza and The Reserved Group to headline one of the biggest and most innovative Halloween experiences in NYC, Haunting on Hells Kitchen.

The event took place at HK Hall (formerly known as Stage 48 for 3,000 guests. This was Frank’s first event of such magnitude. The highlight of the night was the highly anticipated entrance of “The Elephant In The Room” Frank Roth, being guided out onto the stage by a chain held by a woman, revealing Frank Roth in an extravagant elephant headpiece, embodying the versatility and vibrant energy of NYC he is known for.

Even though, Frank Roth has performed and done shows at large scale venues such as football stadiums, music festivals & Music tours, the major success of Haunting On Hell’s Kitchen has become the proudest moment of his career and due to the major success of this event, Frank Roth has decided to continue curating more special events of this scale.

Keep an eye on this “Elephant In The Room” as he continues to take his talents on the road and perform hundreds of live events on a national and international scale. Make sure to Follow him on social media for dates on his upcoming events.

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