Riley Clemmons Premieres “Hold On” Music Video Exclusively on Ashton Kutcher’s Positive Storytelling aPlus.com Self-Titled, Full-Length to Debut On Aug. 3 with Capitol CMG
Nashville, Tenn. (Jul. 20, 2018) – Riley Clemmons’ empowering music video for “Hold On” premiered exclusively on Ashton Kutcher’s positive storytelling aPlus.com yesterday. Featuring a Beats by Dre brand partnership, the video, featured on the homepage of aPlus.com, conveys a message of hope and perseverance to fans, with shots of Clemmons facing adversity head on, running through rain, fire and darkness to ultimately cross the finish line.
“I constantly have to remind myself that perfection isn’t the goal. I find a lot of motivation rooted in the idea that I’m a work in progress, and that’s OK. In the hard moments, I try to pause and ask myself why I wanted to chase this dream in the first place,” Clemmons shared with aPlus. “I believe that there’s light at the end of the tunnel. I believe that there is always a reason to hold on.”
Riley Clemmons will release her awaited first full-length project with Capitol CMG on Aug. 3. The LP brimming with perspective and clarity was heralded by the breakthrough hit “Broken Prayers” and newly released “Better For It,” which was streamed more than half a million times globally in the first 10 days alone. Spotify’s New Music Friday, Apple Music’s Breaking Pop and SiriusXM have already picked up on the track. Clemmons will spend the release date of her album at Ryan Seacrest Foundation’s Seacrest Studios at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt in her hometown of Nashville, Tenn.
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About Riley Clemmons Riley Clemmons is an 18-year-old, Nashville-based singer, songwriter signed to Capitol CMG whose sound is pop with spiritual depth. Her debut single “Broken Prayers” skyrocketed at radio upon its release in early 2018, and has currently amassed over 14 million global streams. The Nashville native began writing at the age of 13 while maintaining the full-time demands of being a student. Fast forward five years, you find a seasoned 18 year-old songstress who has collaborated with some of the most talked about writers on Music Row like Emily Weisband, Josh Kerr and more. Aug. 3 will mark the debut of her full-length, self-titled album.