Justin Love does good with his news video titled ‘Bad Mind’. Creatively mixing beautiful beats and harmony with crooning vocals and stylistic writing, Justin tells a story that all of us have been through and can sometimes change us from within. Mixing hip hop stylings, soulful melodies, and vocal swagger can be more difficult for most artists that one may think, but Justin pulls it off like an old pro presiding in a new school. Brilliant.
About Justin Love & Bad Mind
Justin Love dropped a new single back in April, Bad Mind, his 2nd release of the year following up Runaway. Today, he’s unveiled the music video for Bad Mind, which shows Love and his significant other argue relentlessly in the midst of a toxic relationship.
The Bad Mind music video was shot in Brooklyn, capturing the essence of a classic NYC break-up story. The sentiments conveyed in the video are all too familiar for many: trying to make it through a down point of a relationship when the end is inevitable. Love shows off his acting chops in the narrative video, demonstrating his multi-dimensional talents outside of music.
The video was directed by Ronald Reid and also features actress/model Indy Santana.
Love earned a Grammy nomination earlier this year, for songwriting credits on H.E.R.’s breakout single – Focus – which was nominated in the Best R&B Song category. The self-taught singer/producer is slated for a big second half of 2019, with a couple of singles slated for release in the summer months ahead.
Justin Love is a singer, songwriter, and producer from Cliffside Park, NJ. His work has been praised by the like of notable musicians & producers such as Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys, Jermaine Dupri and more. Along with Justin’s quick rise to fame, he has excelled in co-writing for many of the world’s top acts including the 2016 smash hit “Focus” by H.E.R.
Justin’s sound can be described as trap/hip-hop meets R&B Soul. Justin recently opened for A Boogie Wit A Hoodie and is set to release new music throughout 2019. The self-taught, 22-year-old musicians honed his performance skills the same way he built his large following: “I build my sound and my following on my voice and a Bluetooth speaker while singing to onlookers at malls in my hometown”. It’s clear the future is bright for one of the most promising emerging talents in R&B.