Corey Loveless Drops Visuals for New Track "Victory Lap"
On May 13th 2019, Corey Loveless released the visuals to his first single "Victory Lap" off of his upcoming album "Bright" set to drop on June 14th.
"Victory Lap" is a collaborative effort with Loveless working alongside local artists Process and P.S. to put together an uplifting track about how they have overcome and are on their theoretical victory lap.
Process opens the track with a melodic hook before Loveless comes in with a fire verse. Process provides a total change of pace from his singing with a 10 bar bridge which serves as a transition for P.S. to body his verse. Process once again provides the hook to close out the track.
Process doesn't only provide vocals for this track he also produced the beat and engineered the entire track.
The visuals to this track are simple yet the high quality should not go unnoticed. Something Loveless credits to the great work done by Noah Davis and Lucas Rivera who handled the shooting and editing for the video under Loveless' direction. The collective of musicians and visual artists under the DIM 136 umbrella continue to provide quality content.
"Victory Lap" serves as a solid lead single for fans as they await the release of the latest Corey Loveless project "Bright" due out June 1st.
Stream the video for "Victory Lap" below and remember to share it on social media to help support Corey Loveless and the rest of Upstate Hip Hop.
We been through the storm kept our heads up, It's gon' be hard tryna catch us, Kept our doubts on the dresser, Yeah we runnin our Victory Lap,