English songstress Lianne La Havas issues a music video for her thought-provoking song, ‘Tokyo,’ a record from her Grammy-nominated sophomore album, Blood.
Lianne La Havas reflects in her video for âGreen and Gold,â a single from her latest album, Blood. The clip features La Havas as she is surrounded by mirrors, both whole and shattered.
Sultry songstress Lianne La Havas delivers the brand new song and video for, “What You Don’t Do,” the latest single from her forthcoming second album, ‘Blood’
Songstress Lianne La Havas is gearing up for her upcoming sophomore album Blood, headed by this single âUnstoppable,â a song she wrote to help to repair a relationship that she had ended. The visual is stunning as Lianne performs interpretive choreography, her sultry vocals ringing out.
British singer-songwriter Lianne La Havas will make her way back to the spotlight with her sophomore album, Blood, the follow-up to 2012’s Is Your Love Big Enough?
The first half of a two part music video directed by Colin Solal Cardo is Lianne La Havas’ musical short story “Elusive.”
The line to the door of L.Aâs Roxy nightclub was a clash of hipsters, college students and R&B fans as they waited in Southern California’s version of a chilly night for Lianne La Havas.
Lianne La Havas drops a music video for her soul-folk title record “Is Your Love Big Enough.” The London born instrumentalist’s music video is a compilation of her life on the road.
British newcomer Lianna La Havas does not attempt to use special effects, rather the focus of the “Forget” music video was La Havas voice.