By: Isaiah S. Showell, Follow South Jersey Multimedia Journalist/’What’s Good’ Host
MILLVILLE, N.J. — The late NBA superstar Kobe Bryant once said, “if you don’t believe in yourself, no one else will do it for you,” and Nononsense Cainan Cooper is preparing to unveil a music video of a vision that he seriously believes in.
Praizin Hard is the name of the song that he is producing his music video for that features local artists NuK Beatz Da Prime Example and DJ Whirlwind; all of which are a part of Cooper’s team called More Then Muzik.
“I’m so excited,” said Cooper. “To everyone that’s helped me make this happen I appreciate you because I would not be anything without the people behind me.”
Tyrell Dowens is also a part of the More Then Muzik team. He’s known Mr. Cooper for several years before they began doing business together, and Dowens is proud to be partnered with Cooper.
“We have similar things that we believe in; we go hard for each other, he’s an honorable man,” said Dowens.
Soul of the Sea, a local restaurant featured in the video, is where Cooper chose to have his music video release party featuring several artists from his More Then Muzik team including Jaz with the vocals and Sky the cartoon who performed and came to support Cooper’s music video. Cainan Cooper and The More Then Muzik team, you’re definitely what’s good in South Jersey!
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