Going under the radar for years and after a bit of a hiatus before returning in recent years, R&B group sensation Hamilton Park is continuing their major comeback. This time the Atlanta trio of Markus Free, AD, and Chris Voice, have returned in a big way with the fun and amazing eye-popping new Daryus Hawkins-directed video for their very catchy, sure to be latest hit single, To Sleep. Which they premiered the new visual through Vevo yesterday.
Becoming their most-streamed song, under their own label Lost in Music Entertainment, since its premiere on Ebro’s Beats 1 Apple Music show back in October of last year. It has really helped catapult the group back into the spotlight almost a decade after they first emerged in 2011 and garner a lot new fans like myself, who may have not heard of them the first time around.
The very catchy and harmonious record with its very upbeat production and very relatable content really resonating with people to make it such a hit. Not to mention the just premiered, also just as relatable accompanying new visual, which sees the trio at a classic Atlanta house party where the sexes intermingle over drinks, good music, and the occasional eye contact that leads to much, much more! The very fun and eye-popping new video, which in a few ways is representative of the classic pop-up videos a lot of us loved growing up. Really helping the already very fun, catchy, harmonious and very relatable record come even more to life.
Hamilton Park, who is getting set to release their new album, STAY, sometime this year, which To Sleep, is the lead single from, is helping set a very high standard for great R&B and Soul music here in 2020. Both for the new year and decade. With how great they’re, you can see why the group has previously been compared to and/or even co-signed by such legendary R&B/Soul groups as New Edition, Jagged Edge and 112.
After watching the very fun and playfully amazing new visual to go with the catchy and just as amazing single, you can see why so many fans, both old and new have really gravitated in this great reemergence for the group too.