Nordia Witter has wrapped shooting her latest video, Crazy.
The turquoise waters that make up the shoreline of Port Antonio in Portland enhanced the backdrop for the music video that was shot a few days ago.
Locations included the Trident Castle, Geejam Studios and Frenchman's Cove.
The singer is rather excited about her latest work.
"I'm feeling good about this song and my team is doing a great job to get every aspect together. Things have been rolling seamlessly since we began shooting in LA last month. The shots we picked up on the beach in Jamaica are phenomenal. I can't wait for the world to see the final product," she said.
Zeke Films, a prominent production company based in Los Angeles, California, directed the video with the support of Ric 'Rickster' Elgood.
Elgood is the famous Dancehall Queen movie director. The video is scheduled for release later this month.
According to Witter's manager Cecil Collins, more videos are on the way. She is expected to release two additional videos for the tracks Old School Love and Immortal, both produced by Dale Virgo.