He’s back, Dancehall singjay Marlon Binns the heart and soul of the Young Alliance Camp is officially returning to the scene this summer and what better way to do so than with a video for his brand new single “All I See” produced by Romeich Records off his still untitled upcoming album due out this summer.
The music video which was shot last Saturday by fast rising video director Karl Durrant of Rec Mode – R&R Entertainment is currently being edited in Washington D.C and according to Binns Manager Rolan Henry his future is bright. “I believe Marlon Binns is ready to take his rightful place at the pinnacle of Dancehall and Reggae music, he has amazing vocals and will definitely bring a fresh sound to the scene”.
The first location of the one day shoot took Binns to a section of Ambiance Beach in Bull Bay then from there he was off to the Piano House on Constant Spring Road in Kingston for his seated re-enactment playing a Black Piano. The third location was shot at Romeich Records and features a studio scene and a outdoor scenes of Binns singing in the rain.
Binns who recorded the smash hit single “Turn Me On” with the Alliance general Bounty Killer some years ago has long been a loyal soldier in the Alliance camp and can be heard on a number of riddims for producers Austin “PayDay” Green. Currently represented by R&R Entertainment / Solid Agency Marlon Binns will undoubtedly be making his mark as a certified hitmaker this summer season. The singer is scheduled to have a Pre Album Release Party next month.