We have a brand new music video from Relley C and we are loving it. It’s for one of the best tracks from her recently released “Square One” EP, titled “Priceless” featuring Lady Sanity. The song becomes her music video release from the EP, following “Tell Me That“.
Relley C, full name Sherelle Clarke, is best known for being a contestant on The X Factor. She competed in series 10 and series 13, in the former she made it to Judges’ Houses before being sent home; but, in the latter, she made it to the live shows and came tenth overall. She has since gone on to release two singles, her debut being “Unruly” and her sophomore single being “Tell Me That“, which she followed up with the debut EP “Square One“. We hope that more music is on its way from this Birmingham artist.
This song features Lady Sanity, a Birmingham-born rapper, who has been making waves in the music industry lately, winning awards, launching her debut EP, and she even took a trip to Australia to represent Birmingham at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games as part of the official handover as the Commonwealth Games will be hosted in Birmingham in 2022.
This song was produced by Jay Jay Musika whilst the music video has been directed and filmed by OLVR G. The visual opens with a speech from author, radio DJ, and motivational speaker, Mr Les Brown.
Watch Relley C’s Music Video For “Priceless” Featuring Lady Sanity Here:
Easily one of our favourite Relley C music videos, her voice and persona shines bright throughout. She’s confident and totally owns it for the visual. She displays her stage presence throughout whilst looking stylish and fierce. The opening speech from Mr Les Brown really enforces the meaning behind the song and makes every listener really look at what Relley C is singing about. Towards the end of the visual, Lady Sanity comes in with a brilliant rap that switches this song up even more.
“Priceless” is available to download and stream right now as part of her EP “Square One“. It certainly is a stand-out track from the EP, check out our track-by-track EP review.