Pham – Talk To Me feat. Anuka (Official Music Video)
Talk To Me
About the video:
“The best music either makes you remember something… or it helps you forget everything,” an old boss used to tell me while I was learning the ropes of A&R at Warner Music. That mantra couldn’t be more applicable to “Talk To Me” and its official music video – Not only that, but it also happens to align with the goal that Pham, born Dawid Phan Ngoc, is looking to achieve when creating music, to create a musical experience that transcends our understanding of communication. ~David Kim, Magnum PR
Fresh off a national tour, Pham is back with his newest single and video “Talk To Me,” via tastemaker imprint Majestic Casual Recordings. The German label has become a hotspot for budding producers and their latest signing looks to be a true star on the rise.
Throughout life’s journey we often encounter feelings, emotions, or circumstances that cannot be described in words. This is the goal that Pham, born Dawid Phan Ngoc, is looking to achieve when creating music, to create a musical experience that transcends our understanding of communication. “I think that’s what it’s all about – pushing the envelope all the time,” he says. It was in the midst of a Miami heatwave that the instrumental for “Talk to Me” was born. Having worked with Anuka (vocalist) previously, he decided to think outside of the box. “What if you could make harmonies that calm you down? What if you could write a “cold” chord progression and follow it up with a similar synth?,” he asked himself, “I felt like Anuka would fit the ‘sparkly’ characteristics of the track and I would contradict it with heavy bass notes later, which is a classic manipulation of contrasts and it came out great.” It’s this progressive thinking and desire to test the boundaries that sets this artist apart. Technically on point and aesthetically pleasing, “Talk To Me” is every bit the masterpiece that fans have come to expect. The sultry video explores the saccharine intepretation behind Pham’s newest single. Shot in Wroclaw, Poland by Grymuza and produced by Greenweedz , the “Talk To Me” video delves deep into the internal psyche of a woman conflicted by her own thoughts. A psychedelic atmosphere hints at a sense of turmoil and wonderment at her surroundings while she expresses her most profound emotions through motion.