JoRob’s “Falling Apart” Music Video – Top DMV Music Video DMVLife.com
The controversial Music Video “Falling Apart” Made it to the #Top10 Music Videos in The #DMV area. This video is dedicated to all the victim no matter race, creed, or religion who were victim of police brutality or suicide. Please take the time to watch this video so you can understand the major issues we have today.
VEVO Music Video Debut – JoRob Falling Apart (Official)
Directed by: D. Christopher Communications
Checkout JoRob’s Crossover pop single “Falling Apart Music” Music Video.
This video was shot in Los Angeles California by D. Christopher Communications..
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In the past few years we have had a number of wrongful death cases. There is so much violence and crime that seems to never end. We as a nation need to stop the violence and love one another. We need to find a way to end racism and hate. We must build a stronger relationship with our neighbors and even family members. Life is short and we should cherish it and live it to the fullest.
I challenge YOU to do something positive each day for some one else. Lets work to be better people and teach our young to be even better than we are!
If you have a picture of you doing something good Post it and Tag@JoRobIsMusic with the HashTags: #JoRobPeaceAndLove
This video is dedicated to all victims of police brutality/wrongful death for all races.
And everyone else!
Make sure you subscribe to JoRob’s Youtube and website and be the first the get a copy of the album and a lot of cool prizes.
Are you ready for the best R&B album of the year?
No Strings Attach is said to be one of the only albums this year with an Original R&B sound. JoRob has taken this album to a new level. No Strings Attached is a modern – uptempo album with tight harmonies that will knock your socks off; JoRob will tell you a story about love, Sex, & Passion. This is one of the only albums that you can listen to all the way through without skipping a track; when was the last time you could do that?
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