Rising hip-hop artist, Ty Brasel continues to make national headlines since releasing his latest project, Destined For Greatness (Side A). He debuted his swank music video for “The Game” with Apple Music and “Shooting Star” is a tasteful follow up directed by Jacob Henley. The visual illustrates his experience with love and relationships.
“Shooting Star”, shot in a nightclub, is intensified with a colorful light show to captivate viewers. Purple, pink, and blue strobes ignite the scene as Ty delivers his rhymes. “Running from my pain, I’m a shooting star. I hate when I fall in love, guess I’m better off,” he raps over the bouncy soundscape.
Viewers learn about personal conflicts that have jeopardized Ty’s love life. The women seen in the visual personifies the theme of “Shooting Star”. In the music video, Ty raps with conviction about perceiving women as gifts from God. His lyrical prowess has been highlighted by major hip-hop platforms like The Source who wrote, “Whether Christian hip-hop is your thing or not, Ty Brasel is an artist worth checking out.”
RESPECT. said, “Ty Brasel is a Rapper/Singer from Memphis, TN that is really building a buzz for himself simply off of hard work and consistently dropping meaningful music.”
“Shooting Star” is the fourth music video released off Ty’s Destined For Greatness (Side A). The 7-track project has racked up more than 600K streams on Spotify. A billboard was installed in his hometown of Memphis, Tennessee to celebrate its success.