Trillogy’s Touches on Controversial Social Issues in Latest Video “Stay”

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Trillogy releases a new music video, "Stay" directed by Itchy House Films. The fictional video tells a story of the group members dealing with domestic violence, combating substance abuse or dealing with infidelity.

Following Trillogy’s smash single “For You” featuring 2011 XXL Magazine’s Freshmen emcee, Fred The Godson. The New Jersey based group released their latest music video “Stay,” the second visual from the “Live At Stadium Red” EP which is due in April. “Stay” was composed by Australian producer Alex "JL" Hiew.

Directed by Itchy House Films, “Stay” stands in stark contrast to many artists’ current music videos, which normally depict light subject matter such as partying and women.
“Stay” is a chillingly powerful video that helps shed light on dark subject matter. The video tells a story of each member’s dealings with their significant other. Trillogy’s status provided a golden opportunity for them to send an important message to their fans that have ever been victims of domestic violence, combating substance abuse or dealing with infidelity.

In the video, contrary to Ox Pro’s personality, he portrays an abusive boyfriend who physically attacks his girlfriend, having had enough; she retaliates against him and threatens his life at gunpoint. Meanwhile, Kira Bishop’s onscreen romance with an unfaithful boyfriend comes to an end as he is caught in the act of cheating. Jay-Will plays a hard working construction man who unknowingly supporting his girlfriend who has a prescription drugs addiction. In the end, the video reveals it was all a dream. The group wanted to send a message through these disturbing acts to resonate with viewers who may have experienced or know of someone experiencing these social issues.

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About Trillogy: Following in the footsteps of the Fugees and The Black Eyed Peas, emerges the New Jersey, based hot new music group, Trillogy! Comprised of three multi-talented individuals, OxPro, Kira Bishop and Jay-Will. Trillogy is becoming a force to be reckoned with. KarmaLoop recognizes the trio as Ikons in 2012, the group has also been referred to as a voltron and powerful upcoming music force by social media mogul, Karen Civil. Trillogy’s style combines pop friendly music with a Hip Hop undertone, infused with an R&B soulfulness that coats over clever, rhythmic wordplay. The group has a crossover appeal, enough to bring their sound to a wider market. The trio’s music has been featured on popular TV shows like Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kourtney and Kim Take New York, Kloe and Lamar, Bad Girls Club, Washington Heights, Real World and many others.

For more information please visit Trillogy's website.

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