Over last two months, Jared Evan has been pushing his surprise album, The Art Form of Whatever, with interesting visuals like “Home,” where he filmed in one shot on a cellphone, and “Signals,” which was edited in real time. Now, the NYC singer/producer returns with another visual making great use of limited technology with “Sadie,” a song he made for his sister and her child.
Evan Facetime’d his sister and niece, played his song and rapped along to it while his sister held baby Sadie and moved her around to the beat of the song. MAX even hopped in on the video chat to sing his hook. These videos aren’t anything widely revolutionary, but they’re different enough from the norm and personable enough to be eye-catching.
If you’ve been sleeping the last three months, go grab The Art Form of Whatever now. Watch the video above.