Georgia Based Artist Prominence Drops Video For New Single, ‘Worth It’ 

The video for ‘Worth It’, the new single from Prominence, features Justyne Gibson on additional vocals. Prominence, whose real name is Ryan Stephens, is an independent artist from Lawrenceville, Georgia.

Prominence takes inspiration from relationship problems that affect many people, and ‘Worth It’ will definitely be very relatable to quite a lot of his listeners. The catchy rhythms and insistent beat snatch up the listener from the very start; Justyne’s vocals are light and airy, paving a great foundation for Prominence’s powerful and strong bars.

Warm lyrics like,

“And I know you not perfect

But I know for sure baby we got purpose

When I’m not with you baby love is worthless

Below your surface your more than worth it

Yeah You’re more than worth it”

show that he knows what to expect in a relationship and that he’s prepared to put in the work to keep it on the right track. It’s a refreshingly honest take when so many songs focus on the heartache and pain rather than the good things. The music video takes this a step further, showing him receiving attention from a fan in front of his partner, who gets hurt and a little bit jealous. He reassures her that she’s the one for him, and he won’t let work get in the way of what they have together.

Outside of music, Ryan is a football player and writer, and is on his way to study Creative Writing at college, for which he clearly has a flair.

Although he has only just started releasing music, he’s already making a name for himself, with his previous single, ‘Sin’, being added to the soundtrack of a short film, ‘Dying To Learn’, with the important aim of stopping school shootings.

‘Worth It’ has already garnered more than 13 thousand streams, and the music video should only add to the interest in this incredible artist.

Watch the music video for ‘Worth It’ below and find out more about Prominence and his music online on FacebookInstagram, Spotify, and Apple Music.

Prominence - Worth It

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