Millions Flock South of Me for New Country Artist Robby Johnson

Millions Flock South of Me for New Country Artist Robby Johnson

Millions of fans are captivated by the soulful and simmering voice of rising country singer/songwriter, Robby Johnson. The official music video for his debut single, South of Me, surpassed over a million YouTube views and it’s still climbing.
After releasing the single to country radio only a week ago, Robby is already garnering rave reviews, especially earning the DisCovery Award from Music Row’s renowned music critic, Robert K. Oermann and saying “sultry and simmering. [South of Me] conjures memories of a feverish summer romance with a simply dreamy production.” Fans
are commenting on the video by saying “fantastic,” “spectacular,” “best
of the best,” “beautifully shot” and “what an amazing concept.”
Another place, another time, a girl I can’t get off my mind…a feeling in my heart that’s buried deep…South of Me…she’s the one that got away, the one I think about today…
music video, which was filmed in Jamaica, was directed by Ryan Smith
who directed more than 100 music videos, including ones for Jason
Aldean, James Otto, Sarah Darling, Gavin DeGraw, Good Charlotte, 3 Doors
Down, among others. Choosing the location was pretty easy for Robby. “I
wanted to get the entire meaning behind the song and pick a destination
that seems real,” he said.  Not only do the Jamaican beaches set a
beautiful backdrop for the video, but it shows how far Robby will go for
the green-eyed, brown-haired girl that he sings so passionately about.
Canadian-born singer grew up with French as his main language in a
small town outside of Quebec. After his parents’ divorce, Robby turned
to American television to help cope and the culture he learned helped
him perfect his English language. With such a large imagination, Robby
knew he wasn’t going to settle for anything less than his dreams. A
thoughtful Christmas gift helped him start the journey to achieve his
goals – the present of a paid demo session, which changed him forever.
He was selling industrial products full-time and when the company would
not let him have the time off to record; Robby took a leap of faith and
made the move to Nashville. “Sometimes you have to have a leap of faith
and believe in yourself to get the outcome you want, no one ever
accomplished their goals while waiting on them to fall in their lap.” 

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