M.Night Shyamalan wrote about his Daughter’s UpcomingMusic Video “Clarity”

M.Night Shyamalan wrote about his Daughter's Upcoming Music Video Clarity
M.Night Shyamalan wrote about his Daughter's Upcoming Music Video Clarity

American filmmaker and philanthropist M.Night Shyamalan is looking forward to his daughter’s upcoming music video “Clarity”. 

Saleka Night will release her first single music video for “Clarity” directed by her sister Ishana Night Shyamalan on September 9. In advance M.Night Shyamalan wrote on Twitter, “I’m super tough on my daughters. I demand a lot of them as artists and as people. My daughter @SalekaNight is releasing her first song and music video “Clarity” on Wednesday September 9th!”

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Saleka is a classically trained Indian-American musician, started playing piano at the age of four. Salekawas raised on an eclectic combination of music from Bollywood movies and the melodies of her mother’s favorite Indian folk songs and also from Frank Sinatra and Etta James to Kanye West and Lauryn Hill. 

Shyamalan is known for making films with contemporary supernatural plot and twists endings directed the movies Praying with Anger, Wide Awake, The Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs, and The Village. He was nominated for the Academy Award for the Best Director and Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.

Saleka Night also shared words about her upcoming music video on Instagram. She wrote “I can’t even believe that I’m writing this, but I want to share with you all that I am releasing my first song and music video this Wednesday, September 9th. It’s a long time coming… I’ve been working on this album for about 2 years, and now I’m finally starting to release the music. This first single is called “Clarity” and I made it with two incredible producers (who also happen to be my friends) Ezemdi and Warner Earl Meadows, and with the amazing guitar and bass skills of Brahm Genzlinger, and of course my rock Joel Metzler who engineered every moment of this project….

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I can’t even believe that I’m writing this, but I want to share with you all that I am releasing my first song and music video this Wednesday, September 9th. 😭 (The link to presave before Wednesday is in my bio!) It’s a long time coming… I’ve been working on this album for about 2 years, and now am finallyyyy starting to release the music. This first single is called “Clarity” and I made it with two incredible producers (who also happen to be my friends) @itsezemdi and @warnermeadows4, and with the amazing guitar and bass skills of @brahmsongs, and of course my rock @joelmetzler87 who engineered every moment of this project. I was also blessed to have the expertise of @mamajanmusic on vocal production and Shawn Grove on mixing🙏🏽. It’s a song that I wrote at a really vulnerable moment when I was struggling with how to listen to my own instincts. I knew in my gut that certain things in my life weren’t right, and the lyrics were an attempt to try and empower myself to stay strong and follow that truth. I wrote it through the voice of a character that had a little more attitude and confidence than I really did at the time, and singing it has helped me become a little more like her. 🤷🏽‍♀️ My insanely talented director sister @ishy_night and the beautiful and unique choreography of @saleeena made that story come to life in the music video, but I will save more details about that for a little later 😏 I can’t wait to share this first song with you guys. For now, here is the “Clarity” cover artwork❤️ created by another genius friend of mine @maxwellabrahamgold with a photo taken by the best photographer in the game @phobymo. I’m so thankful to all of these amazing artists and many more for helping me get here, and I can’t wait to start this release journeyyy😍

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Saleka currently resides with her family, and will release her first album which she describes as “a journal, with insecurities and fears all laid out.”