Claire Reneé Has A Visual For Red Lights

Claire Reneé’s “Red Lights” has a video that is tinted with the color as a sign to stop and think. She’s surrounded by books and self-learning is the theme. She says, 

” ‘Red Lights’ is a song that I wrote when l felt super frustrated and stagnant, yet I felt like I was on a hamster wheel and couldn’t get off. Everything around me seemed to be moving so quickly. It’s about taking time to slow down and sit with ourselves, sometimes even heeding to signs from our own ancestors and spirit guides.”

The Dean Singleton visual comes ahead of Reneé’s Wings album that will showcase her jazz background and love of R&B with a nod to pop. 

 




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“Honey” is a love letter to the one who shows you and reminds you that you are not hard to love. Sometimes past relationships with people who made you feel like you were “too much” or in some way asking for a lot, make you feel like there is something wrong with you. Then you find people who remind you that love can be sweet, smooth, and beautiful because they are choosing to really see you and love what’s there in front of them.”