Co-produced and co-directed by Reva Devito, the official music video for her track “Cali” along with Young Franco, is out now.
Seeing its official release through Ultra Records, “Cali” is the latest release from Reva, who boasts an impressive résumé. Having been featured on some of the most recognizable tracks from Kaytranada, Chuck Inglish, and B.Bravo, Devito shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Reva’s most recent EP, ‘The Move,’ garnered over 8 million plays on Spotify alone, showcasing her timelessness as an artist with a vibrant mix of neo-soul, 90’s R&B, and jazz.
Serving as the perfect visual accompaniment to the already dreamy “Cali,” the pair’s ode to the west coast is anthemic, powerful, and seemingly unforgettable.
Watch the official music video for Reva Devito & Young Franco “Cali”:
I knew I wanted to do a video for Cali and talked about a few ideas with my creative partner, Tiki. A few days later, I ran into my friend De’Angelo and remembered he had my 80’s Toyota dream van, and I thought this would be perfect for the vision. De’Angelo agreed to a daytime shooting adventure and we literally threw the video together within a matter of days. I wanted to highlight the lyrical content of Cali that expresses adventure with a friend, where you’re not sure whether there is a romantic aspect or not, you just know it’s something special and want to enjoy each and every moment with that person. The idea is that we’re on our way to California from Oregon, and making the best of our trip.
A funny coincidence with this song is that I wrote it back in November with no plans of relocating to California, but literally today (October 2) my car is packed with most of my belongings and I’m headed down to my new home in Los Angeles.
Life is crazy, son.
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