New York— Brittany Bloom, a native of South Carolina released her new video to her remixed single, featuring G Starr, “You”.

The song was co-written by Brittany Bloom and Aaron Lamont. Aaron Lamont is responsible for two records off of Chris Brown’s “Royalty” album, “Picture Me Rollin” and “Blowing In The Wind”. “You” was remixed to add another element and connect with the culture of Afro-Carribean vibes.

Brittany Bloom has steadily been growing notoriety with singing pop-ups at Mikey’s Ice Cream in Harlem and in the center of Times Square. Her rendition in Times Square earned her an article on Bored Panda as a feel good story. Hot 97 of New York City launched a new Who’s Next platform. Brittany Bloom became their first number 1 artist featured on their platform, a platform that has now featured, Vina Love, putting Brittany Bloom in some noticeable company on her rise up. DJ Enuff program director of Hot 97 reference “You” stating “goes to show you there are good songs in the system”.

Directed by @TheBiggerPictureBuda, who directed and filmed Yo MTV Raps recap anniversary video, Brittany Bloom “You” video features African and Caribbean dance elements and styling. The video was produced by One Brikk Worldwide who now represents as her management team and is a full service firm with distribution through Cinematic Music Group. The video comes with a unique asset in the form of a poem that introduces the work. The untitled poem was written and performed by @NyeemaWeekly, a recent St. John’s University graduate who has a passion for women’s rights. G Starr, a reggae artist from Jamaica, adds a different feel to the original version of the record, acting as a bridge between four very different genres –R&B, Reggae, AfroBeat, and Pop.