R&B singer-songwriter Lenny Harold (formerly of Blackstreet) returns on the solo tip with the video for fan favorite "More" off his album Cosmic. The song was produced by Grammy nominee Armando ‘Mandobeats’ Colon, alongside live bass and guitar arrangements from Ralph B. Stacy.
The duo craft a classic-sounding R&B backdrop held together by Lenny Harold’s striking tenor and smooth vibrato, with honest and relatable songwriting about wanting more for and from a love interest. The "More" visuals see Lenny Harold collaborating with fast-rising cinematographer and photographer Richard ‘Parlay’ Copier of OneiPhotography to create a storytelling masterpiece. The piece not only brings the already timeless R&B offering further to life, but tells its own story of a woman stuck between trying to leave a life of pain and abuse behind, and the fear of leaping into the unknown with someone new.
"More" is taken from Harold's sophomore album Cosmic, which was released in September last year. The rest of the year will see the New Jersey native embark on a short run Cosmic tour across the US, along with the release of more visuals from the album, starting with "Heat" in February.