Trippy New Video “Prisoner” Captures Miami Artist Cedric Brazle Drowning in His Own Thoughts
“Prisoner” invites viewers to feel what it’s like to be inescapably trapped in your own mental space
Miami, FL — R&B Crooner Cedric Brazle’s latest music video complimenting his new single “Prisoner” is in a word… otherworldly.
Directed by Gabe Sheffield, we find Cedric in the center of his mind, drowning in a series of imprisoned cycles. Driven by the reality that we all have something we fear and the hesitation it can cause in moving forward, the visual draws us into Cedric’s world as he vulnerably shares the personal conflict within himself. With the calm yet chaotic, dark and grungy-toned feel, the hazy clip perfectly compliments the soothing and eerie chords that play along the 808 bass riding the production. “Don’t wanna be a prisoner to my own fear” becomes a theme as Cedric makes his statement in the hook to overcome his fears.
“Prisoner” is the latest single from Cedric’s upcoming and debut EP, due to be released early 2020. The singer/songwriter will be inviting listeners into the world of a man with a refreshingly honest take on love, passion, heartbreak, and more. Cedric is aiming to restore a feeling to R&B that goes deeper than a vibe. Stay connected with all things Cedric Brazle by visiting cedricworld.com
About Cedric Brazle
Cedric Brazle (pronounced Brazil), is an American singer, songwriter. He is an independent artist managed by Emperium Entertainment, LLC.
Cedric’s take on R&B draws inspiration from a variety of artists, including Sam Cooke, Donny Hathaway, Michael Jackson, Usher, Brandy and Maxwell.
Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Cedric has been singing tunes before he could speak words. From childhood piano lessons to joining a soul/alternative rock band in high school, music has always played a prominent role in his life. After Cedric’s high school graduation, the band split ways for college. At this point, he ventured to South Florida, steering him towards the journey of a solo career.
In 2014, Cedric began working under the management of Emperium Entertainment. With a team outlining and supporting his growth and development as an artist, the game changed. Since the birth of this partnership, Cedric has developed a reputable brand and has performed at a variety of events. He has opened shows for major acts and has graced the stage at local festivals, such as the City Girls, Dutchess of Ink, 2018 People’s Matters Fest, 2019 SXSW and the 2019 Black Pepper Food Fest.
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