Hear65's music video guide (March 2024) — ft. J.M3, Aaron Bunac, JOYY, and more

Hear65's music video guide (March 2024) — ft. J.M3, Aaron Bunac, JOYY, and more

When it comes to music, music videos are important supplements to what we can hear as they stimulate our visual senses in a way that sound cannot.

From creative homemade projects to cinematic works that beg to be seen on a big screen, all forms of music videos are released by Singapore's talented musicians seeking to extend the stories told in their songs every month. In this monthly series, we will be rounding up the latest releases from our sunny island that might fly under the radar. 

Check out Hear65's guide to local music videos for March and contact us at hello@hear65.com to submit your music videos!

J.M3 - 'All Night Long (feat. ChrisFlow)' Official Lyric Video

Released: 15 March 2024

In this lyric video, homegrown rapper J.M3 turns up the heat as she delivers an impassioned performance of her collaborative track with Taiwanese hip-hop act ChrisFlow, 'All Night Long'.

Aaron Bunac - 'You Make Love Look Easy' Official Lyric Video

Released: 15 March 2024

Stitched with clips from his first overseas festival in Chennai, this music video from Aaron Bunac sees the singer-songwriter share heartfelt moments with his fans from India — fitting to the sentimental message found in 'You Make Love Easy'. 

JOYY - 'alegría' Official Visualizer

Released: 8 March 2024

An emotionally moving instrumental masterpiece, local singer and violinist JOYY's 'alegria' is a reminder to herself to remain joyful despite any rough patches that come her way.  

Coming Up Roses - 'Back The Way We Came (Live)'

Released: 4 March 2024

Performing in the rawest format possible, Coming Up Roses whisks us away in a live performance of their new single, 'Back The Way We Came'. Here, the quartet gathers in a studio to deliver a pulsating set, reminding us to not be too hard on ourselves in times of adversity. 

Strange Alias, Yung Raja - 'Too Dope'

Released: 3 March 2024

Sporting sunglasses (after dark) and stylish outfits, Singaporean hip-hop artists Strange Alias and Yung Raja are kings of the night in the trippy music video for their new team-up track, 'Too Dope'.