Is Whitney Tai’s ‘Shockwave’ the Most Visually Stimulating Video of the Summer!?

Between airplay, record online streams and sales, ‘Despacito‘ is far and away the 2017 ‘Song Of The Summer’.

But we here at the Ibang, want to present a viable alternative designed to stimulate your ears AND eyes.

Sunfreakz is the brainchild of Tim Janssens, a Belgium-based film composer, producer and cinematographer who has worked with Ne-Yo, Flo Rida and Nelly Furtado, among others. Whitney Tai is a New York-based singer-songwriter who has released a number of independent singles and albums. Together they have collaborated on ‘Shockwave‘ and have just released a breathtaking new video. Shot on the beaches of Portugal and Saint-Tropez, it’s already generating strong online buzz.

Whitney has also two singles, ‘Grow‘ and ‘How Was I Supposed To Know‘ out now, she’s working on a new collaboration with Sunfreakz and is putting finishing touches on a duets album with the Ibang approved artist Blak Emoji.

Until then, get hit by ‘Shockwave‘. Summer never sounded – or looked – this good.

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Earl Douglas is a writer/photographer based in New York City. A frequent contributor to The Interrobang, Earl is also Executive Director for the New York chapter of The Black Rock Coalition. Earl worked in radio for nearly two decades at WNEW-FM and XM Satellite Radio, which included being the on-air producer for Carol Miller, Scott Muni and Ron & Fez, and a contributor to Opie & Anthony. Earl has also independently published a number of books including Black Rock Volume 1, Urban Abyss, Mobile Uploads, and For Shimmy. His latest project is the photojournalism magazine PRAXIS, which is available exclusively through Blurb.com.

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