Premiere: Julian King Wants Love Without Attachment On "No Strings"
Philly-bred singer Julian King seeks intimate companionship in his choreo-filled video for "No Strings."
As cuffing season steadily approaches, the masses are looking for new smooth tunes to add to their playlists. Philadelphia-bred crooner Julian King has an offering perfect for mood-setting mixes.
"No Strings"—an ode to moments of passion without all the technicalities of the L-word—flaunts the up-and-comer's youthful falsettos and boasts the vibes of throwback love songs. Today (Aug. 24), King debuts the accompanying visuals, in which he shows off some rooftop choreo in between courting his love (or lust, rather) interest.
"No love, but let's love," he sings to his leading lady in the passenger seat of his car. The video was shot in his hometown and directed by Robbie Live. "No Strings" is one of the seven tracks that make up his debut EP Sing For You, and was produced by B.A.M. and written by King and The TRND.
Press play on the video right here and download the EP for the freeski on SoundCloud.