Terrace Martin & Alex Isley – 2 Step In The Living Room [Music Video]

Six-time GRAMMY-nominated artist, producer and multi-instrumentalist, Terrace Martin and two-time GRAMMY-nominated singer-songwriter /producer Alex Isley have released a new music video for the second single from their collaboration album, I Left My Heart In Ladera.

“2 Step In The Living Room” was directed by video director and filmmaker Calmatic (Kendrick Lamar, Tyler The Creator, Donald Glover, Lil Nas X).

I Left My Heart In Ladera was released in 2023 via Sounds of Crenshaw / BMG and features jazz pianist Robert Glasper and pianist/composer Paul Cornish.

Hailing from Los Angeles, Alex Isley comes from a musically-rich and versatile family. Her maternal grandmother was an opera singer, and began classically-training Alex at age 12, while her father, Ernie, and his brothers, are collectively the R&B/Funk pioneers, The Isley Brothers.

Alex has collaborated with an array of artists, from Kendrick Lamar (“These Walls”) to Lucky Daye (“Good & Plenty” (remix), “CandyDrip” (album)), to PJ Morton (“How Deep Is Your Love (Piano version), “Still Believe”). Alex has been featured on HBO’s hit series “Insecure” and her own NPR Tiny Desk (Home Edition). Most recently, she made her debut appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, alongside Robert Glasper and SiR, performing their song, “Back To Love”, which has earned two 2024 Grammy nominations; for Best R&B Performance and Best R&B Song.

Martin’s timeless talents have been captured on his countless influential collaborations including Kendrick Lamar (good kid, M.A.A.D. city & To Pimp a Butterfly), Travis Scott, Rihanna, Snoop Dogg, Herbie Hancock, and Leon Bridges’ “Sweeter” (performed at the DNC).

From his own acclaimed releases like the protest anthem “PIG FEET”, and his GRAMMY-nominated, star studded album, DRONES (featuring Kendrick, YG, Leon Bridges, Cordae, and more) to the GRAMMY-nominated Dinner Party (The musical supergroup of Terrace Martin, Robert Glasper, Kamasi Washington and 9th Wonder). Terrace’s path is leading him in parallel with the greats like Quincy Jones or Dr. Dre, while also launching his vibrant, progressive, genre-crossing record label Sounds of Crenshaw.

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