Support our efforts, sign up to a full membership!
(Start for free)
Register or login with just your e-mail address
RnB 11/01/2006

Wade O. Brown's Hot New Single 'Maybe' Captured In Sizzling Debut Video Release

Hot Songs Around The World

Metro Boomin, Weeknd & 21 Savage
440 entries in 25 charts
Miley Cyrus
519 entries in 28 charts
Kill Bill
348 entries in 22 charts
Eyes Closed
Ed Sheeran
153 entries in 24 charts
Calm Down
664 entries in 22 charts
La Bachata
Manuel Turizo
179 entries in 6 charts
Taylor Swift
494 entries in 23 charts
As It Was
Harry Styles
1139 entries in 28 charts
Coi Leray
173 entries in 15 charts
Los Angeles, CA (MILES HIGH PRODUCTIONS) - Groove United Entertainment singer/songwriter Wade O. Brown, who has been one of the most added artists at the Urban Adult Contemporary radio format the past two weeks is unleashing his debut US video for his new hot single, 'Maybe,' taken from his torrid collection of love-making songs, 'All Night, All Love,' which has received critical-acclaim and increasing fan support since its retail release.

The video to 'Maybe,' was shot and directed by noted Canadian director Michael P. Douglas, who has received numerous Much Music Video Nominations and Awards for his cutting-edge videos. Over the past five years, Douglas has shot and directed an eclectic range of artists including Choclair, Ray Robinson, BrassMunk, Al-Beeno and IRS Jelleestone to name a few.

Brown and Douglas teamed up in Toronto to shoot the video to 'Maybe.' The video showcases Brown's exceptional performances skills, and follows the lyrical storyline of a man who thinks he's met his ideal dream lady and hopes he gets a chance to prove it. Wade portrays a struggling recording artist in the video that meets a beautiful young photographer in his building after she's broken off her relationship with a former boyfriend. The two strike up a friendship, and ultimately find out that 'Maybe,' they were meant to be together.

Since the release of 'All Night, All Love,' Brown has been busy performing and promoting his new CD throughout the country. He recently completed a mini-tour of eight top clubs in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, and capped the tour with a performance at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. with veteran soul diva Alyson Williams. Earlier this year he performed at the opening night reception at the Radio & Records Magazine annual radio industry convention, which was held at the Rock N' Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and was also a featured performer at the annual Urban Network Magazine Independent Label Showcase presented during their annual convention in Palm Springs.

While Brown collaborated with some top songwriter/producers for 'All Night, All Love,' including Daryl Simmons, Barry Eastmond, Steve Estiverne, Kipper Jones, and others, he says, 'There's a certain energy you get from performing live that is really hard to duplicate in a studio setting but making a video combines a little of both. Hopefully the video will give people a chance to get a feel for me as a performer until I can get there and market and perform in person.'

The video to 'Maybe,' is available in two versions, an up-tempo and a slow version. 'Maybe,' was directed by Michael P. Douglas and produced by Davin Black for TWOTHREEFIVE FILMS.

Wade O. Brown's debut release, 'All Night, All Love,' is available on Groove United Entertainment, and nationally distributed by Bayside Entertainment. You can view more information about Wade O. Brown via his website, or at

Most read news of the week

© 2001-2023 (S4)
about | site map
contact | privacy
Page gen. in 0.5140541 secs // 4 () queries in 0.003774881362915 secs