Rising R&B Star Mari Vee has released the visuals to her latest single, “Too Deep.” The Y2k-inspired video shows Mari going back and forth with an inconsistent lover. Shot in L.A, the video was directed by MDotforMayor.
Mari is arguing with her love interest, as they both are disgruntled. Viewers experience the sunny L.A. views as Mari goes through the neighborhood to the park. After separating, she realizes her emotions are still entangled, leading to a reconciliation.
The iconic Jazze Pha produced the song, which introduces Mari at the beginning of the track. The infectious beat provides a nostalgic vibe to one of the golden ages of R&B, the early 2000s. Mari fuses her inspiration from the Y2k era with her modern-day sound. Her soft voice brings the hook alive as she proclaims she’s in too deep with her emotions.
Mari Vee is becoming one to watch as she gears up to release her next single with an exciting feature and will accompany a legendary NY rapper on tour!
Until then, stream and watch “Too Deep” across all major streaming platforms.