Jelani’s Music Video Tops 86K Views In A Week

August 23, 2013

Only a few days after Bermudian rapper Jelani’s latest music video was uploaded to the popular hip hop website World Star Hip Hop, it has already received over 86,000 views.

“Life Of The Party”, featuring Demarco, was produced by Detrimental and the video was directed by Shane Woodley. The video was originally released a few weeks ago, and then uploaded on World Star Hip Hop around a week ago where it has proven to be a hit with the website’s viewers.

In addition to the 85,000 views, in the past week World Star Hip Hop readers have given the video hundreds of social media “likes” and “shares”.

Jelani has a new video coming out soon as well as a mix tape, and the 17-year-old said says he wants to go as far as he can in the music industry and become a star. You can follow Jelani on Instagram at @islandboy_ptl and on Twitter at @PalmTreeLiving.

“Life of The Party” music video from World Star Hip Hop:

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  1. PantyRaider says:

    That's what happens when you have booty in the thumbnail...

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    • DarkSideofTheMoon says:

      Marketing 101, sex sells!

      At least his name is out there now.

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  2. strawberrie says:

    Well done Shane great coverage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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