SKYLAR GREYâ€™S MUSIC VIDEO FOR â€œCâ€™MON LET ME RIDE,â€ FEATURING EMINEM DEBUTS TODAY AND SINGLE NOW AVAILABLE THROUGH ALL DIGITAL RETAILERS
The highly anticipated music video forÂ Skylar Greyâ€™s new singleÂ â€œCâ€™mon Let Me Ride,â€ featuring EminemÂ debuts today with the release of theÂ trackÂ available now through all digital retailers.Â â€œCâ€™mon Let Me Ride,â€ produced by Alex Da Kid and mixed by both Eminem and Alex, is Greyâ€™s first single from her hotly anticipated debut albumÂ Donâ€™t Look Down, due Spring 2013 fromÂ KIDinaKORNER/Interscope.
The 13-time GRAMMY winning producer, songwriter and rapperÂ EminemÂ is an executive producer of the debut album from five-time GRAMMY-nominated singer songwriterÂ Skylar GreyÂ and he also appears in the music video for â€œCâ€™mon Let Me Ride.â€Â Shot in Eminemâ€™s hometown of Detroit, the music video is set in a trailer park, an ironic setting with unexpected characters.
â€œI hope people enjoy watching this video as much as I enjoyed making it,â€ said Grey. Â â€œFor anyone who didn’t already figure out how sarcastic the song is, the video certainly makes it clear. Â Em definitely brought his sense of humor to it and so did I.Â Take a close look at the scene where Iâ€™m wearing a very girly sexy polka-dot outfit because itâ€™s not likely to happen again.â€Â
Grey is a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who is responsible for co-writing some of the most memorable songs to light up the Billboard Hot 100 and iTunes sales charts, totaling more than 25 million singles globally.Â Grey co-wrote the biggest selling single of 2010: Eminemâ€™s â€œLove the Way You Lie,â€ which earned her two GRAMMY Award nominations for Best Song and Best Rap Song of the Year. She also co-wrote and appeared on Dr. Dreâ€™s â€œI Need A Doctor,â€ which she performed alongside Dre and Eminem on the 2011GRAMMY AwardsÂ telecast and for which she was nominated for two GRAMMY Awards. This past January, Grey releasedÂ The Buried Sessions of Skylar Grey, which featured special acoustic performances by Grey of three songs she wrote and produced:Â the original demo of â€œLove the Way Part IIIâ€ (the original â€œLove the way You Lieâ€ made popular by Eminem and Rihanna), â€œComing Home Part IIâ€ (originally performed by Diddy-Dirty Money) and â€œWordsâ€ (originally â€œWords I Never Said,â€ performed by Lupe Fiasco).