Curtis Campbell, Gleaner Writer
Reggae artiste Dubkor, formerly known as Dubkore, recently shot the music video for his single titled Defend The Endz.
According to the artiste, the video was professionally directed and the final product is expected to rival international standards.
"We just wrapped up the shooting of the video for Defend The Endz. It was a lot of hard work, but it was worth it. I believe this video is going to be a very good video based on the creative energy and all the work we put into it," said the artiste.
The video was directed by popular music video director Asher and was shot at several locations across the Corporate Area, including Sherlock Crescent in Duhaney Park and Patrick City.
Dubkor said he chose those particular locations because they had much to do with the message of the song. The artiste says choosing proper locations is the key to telling video stories accurately, however, a lot of thought must be put into the selection process.
The music video for Defend The Endz is being edited and was to have been released yesterday.
Dukor and his team are also looking to work with Asher on another music video for a fresh single called Gideon, which is getting favourable attention on radio.
"For Gideon, so far we've shot some scenes in the hills of Kingston, and we have a few more scenes to shoot before we are finished," he said.