Music Video Monday: Faith Evans Ruch


"Rock Me Slow" is Memphis director Edward Valibus second music video for Faith Evans Ruch. The gorgeous cinematography is courtesy Memphis camera ace Ryan Earl Parker.

"’Rock Me Slow’ is an emotional song to experience,” Valibus says. “In Faith’s previous music video ‘PBR Song,’ the video concept and song told of determination and courage to face the end of a romantic relationship. The inspiration for the video concept in ‘Rock Me Slow’ is to be a sequel. She’s now in solitude, reflecting on the past, and feeling the pain of heartbreak. We find her in a secluded environment to work out her feelings.”

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