Sevana releases a brand new visual for one of her most personal records to date “Set Me On Fire.” Captured on a Californian shoreline by director Yoram Savion, the Jamaican-born singer recalls an abusive relationship from her past in order to heal for the future. “Set Me On Fire” is produced by Protoje, J.L.L. and Paris La Mont Dennis II and one of the crown jewels from her latest EP Be Somebody (In.Digg.Nation Collective / SixCourse Music / RCA Records).
The visual follows Sevana’s NPR Tiny Desk home concert, which aired last Tues. Jan. 26. Shot in downtown Kingston, Jamaica, the songstress joined her band to perform additional songs from Be Somebody including “If You Only Knew,” “Blessed,” “Be Somebody” and “Mango.” According to NPR, she “showcases her vocal range by jumping delicately between traditional R&B, Caribbean gospel and soul, with touches of reggae interspersed” and “these tropical percussive vibes are sure to send a surge of warmth and joy out to the masses.”
Watch her NPR Tiny Desk performance: