When I listen to a song, especially one with great heavy beats, I always find myself imagining a music video. However, when I first heard Baiyu’s “Take A Number” track, I actually just imagined my girlfriends and I getting ready to go out for a carefree night on the town. This is why I love the music Baiyu puts out. Whether a song showcases her strong abilities as a vocalist, her amazing craft as a song-writer, or her ability to jump on a track with an amazing beat and elevate it to a level where the listener finds themselves just (dare I say) “feelin’ it.”
“Take A Number” is one of those songs that can refer to a number of people including haters, those creepy people who just randomly feel the need to latch onto you and stalk you in the club, and for Baiyu “non-believers.” The music video was directed by Eif Rivera who captured the energetic and beautiful Baiyu in Queens, New York with music produced by KQuick. It’s a deep contrast to Baiyu’s earlier release of “Tommorow’s Another Day” filmed in Hawaii and another example of the depth and layers Baiyu shares as an artist.
If you haven’t picked up your EP of Fan Fair with songs like “Take A Number” and one of my favorites, “Together”, you can do so here. Remember all proceeds are going to the Japanese Red Cross for their tsunami relief efforts.