Ski Johnson Makes History, With Debut Of Most Costly Music Video For A Jazz Artist

Jazz Superstar Ski Johnson will make history with the most expensive music video for a Jazz artist ever. Johnson's new music video for the hit single "That Thing" includes two 1.5 Million Dollar Yachts, Luxurious Private Resort and Custom Wardrobe.
Sept. 17, 2012 - PRLog -- Beverly Hills,CA -  Jazz Superstar Ski Johnson new music Video will make music history when it debuts on September 18th as the most expensive music video made by a Jazz Artist. Johnson's new hit single "THAT THING" is the feature song for the video, taken from his 9th Top 10 Billboard album "UnderDogs on Top".

Ski Johnson New music video was shot on location in San Diego on the Gorgeous Shelter Island and includes two 1.5 Million Dollar Yachts, luxurious private resort, a custom made wardrobe and so much more.

"No one would even think about spending the kind of money we spent on this video"

Johnson whose a #1 Billboard artist expects his new music video to be aired on mainstream Viacom stations such as MTV, BET and VH1. "My video is not your typical boring Jazz music video, its alive, its exciting, fun and Dance-able"
"I'm a underdog, like jazz music. It's dying and needs to be resurrected, I'm going to do that with stuff like my music video and music that people want to hear" Johnson said.

Johnson says he has created his brand of music "Nu Jazz". The video also features Top 10 Billboard Vocalist Trevor Holland.

Johnson's New video is directed by Famed Hollywood Film director Scott Hebert and Produced by TJRFilms who recently produced videos for T-Pain and Omarion.

Link to Ski Johnson New Hit Music Video "That Thing"

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Source:Christine Senoski
Tags:Ski Johnson, Scott Hebert, Tjrfilms, Jazz, Saxaphone
Industry:Music, Entertainment
Location:Beverly Hills - California - United States
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