London based producer Show n Prove teams up with Shakka on his latest single 'If Only', for which the Supersound remix is also being released. The song is due out on March 30th 2014.
In the video, directed by Paul Akinrinlola, a group of guys are practicing some urban dance moves. One guy is rather taken by a pretty female dancer as another group comes in to take over their practice room. On his way home, he winds up in hospital after getting hit by a car and is in a wheelchair unable to dance and utterly devastated. The girl visits him with flowers but the atmosphere is a little stale and she leaves early, seemingly upset about something. Bit by bit he teaches himself to walk again and he and the girl team up to practice their moves, but there is still something bothering her. It is revealed that she was behind the wheel of that car. The beginning and end have what feels like an Indian vibe, but with an eerie undercurrent. The rhythm is contrastingly upbeat, while the vocals get louder and more desperate as the track develops.
Show N Prove received immense praise with the release of previous single 'Zimma Frame' and its hilarious accompanying video. He has also previously worked with the likes of Benny, Maxtsa, Skinnyman, Foreign Beggars, Sway and Jessie J.
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