Home Videos Review: Rioma Delivers with Pour You Up Video

Review: Rioma Delivers with Pour You Up Video


Rioma drops visuals for his bass thumping track, Pour You Up.

Rioma’s delivery is a fantastic compliment to this beat. The song deals with a girl Rioma is with that only wants a styrofoam cup. Though he doesn’t partake, Rioma has druggies on deck for her. Overall, this is a fun song with a really fun bridge. Perfect for those weekend pregames or even the wild kick back.

The video, “shot and chopped” by Kim Cas, is as fun as the song. A true product of the DIY production generation, Cas does a good job capturing Rioma’s presence and he seems comfortable in each setting. Whether in front of the a green screen or in front of a graffiti-ed wall, Cas has all the editing effects for you from screen wipes to trail effects. Very cool things happen with a mask Rioma habitually rocks like a bandana. A key moment in the video is when Rioma goes double; a sick mirror effect accented with smoke and a dark color motif.

Pour You Up is worth the listen. The music video is definitely worth a couple views. Check Rioma’s official YouTube page to see what else is worth your time.

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A short story writer turned nominated script writer, Phillip Boudreaux, is a winter 2015 graduate from the San Jose State University's Radio-TV- Film department with a BA in film; with a focus of writing. Since then, he has been sharpening his skills by writing relentlessly, ranging from feature and shorts to music videos, short story fiction as well as (slam) poetry and everything in between. When he's not generating content, you can catch him a local electronic event, the movie theater, or you may never see him at all as he is an avid reader of comics and philosophy.

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