70s Disco Makes Mainstream Pop Comeback Out Of Africa
Produced by Patrick Jonsson and Toby Warren at Ignition Sound, London, UK, and making inroads back into mainstream pop is nu disco track Color Me Beautiful by 70s disco 80s pop retro radio show presenter Joett from Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
Making inroads back into mainstream pop is nu disco track Color Me Beautiful by 70s disco 80s pop retro radio show presenter Joett from Dar es salaam, Tanzania. Produced by Patrick Jonsson and Toby Warren at Ignition Sound, London, UK, Color Me Beautiful rekindles, for the 00s, the timeless disco groove of the 1970s.
Joett, who is also a vocal coach and TV personality, released his new single on CD December 10th 2012; and digitally via iTunes, Amazon MP3, Rhapsody plus a host of other digital download stores around the world on January 7th 2013. The Color Me Beautiful music video in which Joett appears to emerge from the Indian Ocean at sunrise—fully clothed and soaking wet—and surfaces inside a brilliantly colorful cage to perform Color Me Beautiful in a style quite reminiscent of British pop star Seal, hit East African TV channels on February 12th 2013.
Referring to the ending of the video clip where he returns to the seaside at sunset and walks back into the water to seemingly vanish into the depths of the Indian Ocean, Joett quipped, “I came from the sea, I return to the sea,” when recently asked in a television interview whether he lived in the sea. Shot entirely on location in the city of Dar es salaam, the set and concept of the video was created by Joett and directed by Meja for Sean Entertainment/Prime Films. The Color Me Beautiful video by Joett can be viewed on YouTube.
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