I rocked a Salem, Oregon stage with Corina Corina back in 2013 and we’ve been keeping our ears on her frequency ever since. Here’s her newest video for I Can’t Resist featuring Henry Canyons.
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- Music video by Corina Corina (ASCAP) and Henry Canyons performing “I Can’t Resist”
- Music Producer- Willie Green (BMI)
- Directer – Sean “dolo” Duckett for dolo productions and filmworks
- Associate Video Director- Greg Fusco and John Dziadosz
- Lighting – Dave Roney for Points of Light Lighting and Film
- Makeup- Vivian Castellanos
Special Thank You to John Dziadosz, Casey Bartolucci, Matt Bowen and Chavela’s Restaurant
Cast – Corina Corina, Henry Canyons, Flannery Spring-Robinson, Willie Green, Everisto Hernandez, Rob Barbera, Greg Fusco, Vivian Castellanos, Dan Dillinger, Pearl Taylor
“I Can’t Resist (feat. Henry Canyons)”, is an uptempo urban pop jam showcasing producer Willie Green’s earth-shattering drums, Henry Canyon’s electrifying cadence and Corina’s dynamic vocal range. Corina illuminates the cycle in which an artist’s creativity is equally supported by and disrupted by the fast living and fast money of the service industry, singing “I’m sick of all of it then I take a sip / another buck a better tip I’ll never quit, no, I can’t resist!”
For the music video, Corina Corina teamed up with good friend and creative partner, Sean “dolo” Duckett, Bed-Stuy native and proprietor of dolo productions. Together dolo and Corina handpicked a group of well-known characters from the Franklin Avenue section of their Crown Heights, Brooklyn stomping grounds. Lighting designer Dave Roney of “Points of light lighting and Film” created stunning visuals to highlight the video’s diverse set of characters. The video, shot over two extremely late nights in the popular neighborhood restaurant Chavela’s and an unmarked residential apartment boiler room, accurately depicts the Animal House-like nature of the service industry behind closed doors. The video also features the song’s producer, Willie Green and up and coming Brooklyn mc, Dan Dillinger.