Dear Silas Shares Vevo Live Performance of ‘Skrr Skrr’
Vevo announces the release of Dear Silas DSCVR performances of “Skrr Skrr”. In Dear Silas young career, he’s already caught a wave or two as the beneficiary a LOL moment going viral. Most recently his “Skrr Skrr” soundtracked the Dexter Laboratory meme. But the Jackson, Mississippi rapper is no joke. And neither is his music. With his smooth delivery and quick wit, he’s gained a devoted following with his projects, ‘The Last Cherry Blossom’ and ‘The Day I Died.’ Check out Silas on set with Vevo where he was tapped as our latest DSCVR act and delivered moody takes on “Skrr Skrr”.
DSCVR Live Performance Credits:
Director: Kyle Goldberg
DP: Janssen Powers
Producers: Priya Minhas, Emily Louick, Cole Brian & Contrast Films
Editor: Kevin Rose
Talent Booking: Annie Shapiro, Jordan Glickson
Watch more Dear Silas videos on Vevo: http://bit.ly/2TJ2AiH
|ABOUT DEAR SILAS|
Born Silas Stapleton in Mississippi, Dear Silas was introduced to the masses in quite the unusual way: a Dexter’s Laboratory meme. A remixed clip of a 1996 episode of the Cartoon Network’s show where two smitten schoolgirls implore him to “Say it again, Dexter.” In the original episode, Dexter falls asleep during a recording of a French lesson, and is only able to say “omelette du fromage” (translation: cheese omelette). In the internet’s edited clip, Dexter instead sings Silas’ “Skrr Skrr” in the girls ear. The rest, they say, is history, with the video quickly garnering over 200,000 views, three million streams, a Top 40 slot on the iTunes HipHop/Rap chart, and being named the No. 1 Viral Record on Spotify for nearly 12 consecutive days. “Skrr Skrr” is available now on all streaming platforms, and be sure to keep up with exclusive content from artists all over the world on YouTube.com/Vevo.
ABOUT VEVO DSCVR
Vevo DSCVR focuses of the development of emerging artists, through performance content and careful curation. Vevo has a long history of helping emerging artists break-through to new and wider audiences. Past alumni of Vevo’s DSCVR series include Kiana Ledé, Lucky Daye and DaniLeigh. Vevo is committed to working with artists at an early stage of their career to create unique content that brings their music to life visually and provides exposure to new audiences through the platform.
Vevo is the world’s leading all-premium music video and entertainment platform. With over 300,000 videos and 25BN views a month globally Vevo connects artists with audiences from all over the world, providing exclusive music content, original programming and official music videos to fans.