Yesterday, REZZ re-released an old 2014 song of hers titled, “I.” It was re-licensed for appearance in a new global Versace sports campaign; they believe sports to be a very important part of our future. This could be a project vital to the succession of REZZ‘s career. It gets better. She made this tune available for any and all to download!
“Thanks to Versace for using [I] in their new global campaign, never thought I would be collaborating with such an iconic brand and really happy with how the mini movie turned out!” she posted.
Directed by Ian Derry and titled “All Nighters,” the short film depicts a diversified couple rocking contemporary couture through the city streets. Dancing is a central theme; it unifies the dark synths of this dubstep track with the intensity of high fashion. This video would not be as special if it wasn't for the song feature, as the models highlight each element through the eccentric, sporadic BPMs crafted by REZZ‘s masterpiece. Watch it below.
This is a dedicated artist who is passionate about her craft; she takes her sounds to the next level at all of her shows. Not to mention, her cover art is equally as peculiar as her music. REZZ is currently on tour for her newest EP, “Something Wrong Here” prod by Mau5trap and will be playing at Ultra, Bonnaroo, Panorama and many more legendary festivals this summer. She is an undefinable yet unique artist with a fast-growing fan base who is not afraid to step outside of the box. It's clearly paying off.