Chicagoland singer-songwriter, RJ Griffith, released the video for his new song “Same 24,” the first new release since his biggest single thus far, “Good Day,” dropped in January of 2018. Going in a different direction (using a trap beat on this one), while continuing to spread a positive message, RJ’s vision is for “Same 24” is to surpass “Good Day” which received radio play on two Chicago radio stations, appeared on ABC News Chicago and is currently being streamed all over the world!
“Same 24” is the second single released off of RJ’s A Good Day EP that is expected to be released in September of this year. The songs message is that we all have the “Same 24” hours in a day, what will you do with yours? The video shows RJ working hard in the studio, while highlighting some of the youth events he’s spoken and performed at, including his monthly Positive Vibes Only event, the POP (Project Outreach & Prevention) on Youth Violence Fundraiser, the Developing a Better You Annual Teen Conference, multiple Obama Foundation events, school assemblies and anti-bullying conferences. He also highlights a couple of other recent events he’s taken part in such as being featured in the Chicago Matters Showcase at the Black Women’s Expo and singing the National Anthem at the Chicago White Sox game.
The music video attempts to show that if you put your 24 hours to good use and not worry about what other people think, you can achieve your dreams and really make a difference in this world. RJ realizes that each person has their own unique situation, but even something as simple as holding the door open for someone going into the grocery store, or giving a co-worker a compliment can brighten their day and make a difference!
The music video is currently out and can be viewed at the link below and the song can be pre-saved for streaming and will be released this Friday, May 31st.
“Same 24” music video: https://youtu.be/wMfJAAYRJew
Pre-save link: https://bit.ly/2Wkjsg9
The song was co-written by RJ and Charlie Jewel and produced by Genius Picaso. The video was produced by Chris Jamerson with video clips from Christian Anderson used throughout as well.