Amsterdam musician and producer Jo Sarah takes us through the inspiring tale of a woman surviving hard times on “The Call,” which embodies the spirit of female empowerment while doubling as a cultural celebration.
The music video shot by Sarah herself captures the beauty of nature spanning across the desert, jungle, waterfall, farm and island of Panama as it brims with pride in womanhood and sisterhood.Inspired by her Dutch and Surinamese roots as well as growing up around the world, Sarah’s music is infused with a burst of vibrant multi-culturalism, which she brings to the forefront of her soundscape and visuals alike.
Fusing warm yet deep vocal lines to float over a harmony of organic sounds, the powerful yet ethereal number is as sonically sharp as it is narratively alluring. Nestled in a melting pot of genres oozing tropical bass with a hint of R&B and jazz, the overarching feminist theme of Sarah’s musicality delivers upliftment and encouragement in plenty.
Capturing notions of unity and togetherness through the music and dance of “The Call,” Jo Sarah is the advocate we need when it comes to, facilitating conversation about womanhood and self-acceptance.