Kentucky is having a moment in music that introduces a wave of future icons. One of the latest stars to arise from the same region that gave us chart-toppers like Bryson Tiller and Jack Harlow is the new loverboy recording artist, known as Corio. After building up anticipation for a breakthrough year, the new artist displays his undeniable attraction in the new video, titled, "Phone Off."
For "Phone Off," the United Masters act enlists the direction of Nemo Achida to guide him through the ways of love which will earn him the heart of his small-screen leading lady. Throughout the video, Corio pursues an undeniable love interest using charm and a unique personality that is needed in dealing with a jealous boyfriend and other annoying obstacles. Will he pull it off? Watch the video to find out.
The song and visual parallel as Corio tells his love story. On the visual's accuracy, he states: “Linked up with the OG and ended up at a party where I knew baby girl would be. Police came and everything but nothing, not even her man, could keep me from leaving with her.”
"Phone Off" sets up a promising new album coming soon which concludes a two-year run by the recording artist that includes albums, The Let Go, 10 Hours and Amoré. Last June, the artist formerly known as YNL Capone release 'First Class,' which sees six amazing genre-bending cuts.
Watch it now which is available on his own imprint. For more on Corio, follow the rising star on Instagram.