The beautiful ballad is based on the comic book character, “Lois Lane” who’s beau is no one other than Superman. The song was written by DeNarious Holmes and produced by Hamilton Hardin. “Every woman wants a strong man in their lives that makes them feel secure,” mentions Porcelan. “The ideal fancy is to be swept off your feet and protected by a strong man who will rescue you from anything that can bring you harm, and Superman’s love for Lois Lane, symbolizes that,” she adds.
Porcelan is currently on her national promotional tour and has just been confirmed to perform at “Center Stage” at the 2018 Essence Music Festival in New Orleans on Friday, July 6th, 2018.
The stunning visuals for the music video were directed by famed video director, Erik White (Chris Brown, Diddy, Mary J. Blige, The Glee Project). The video was inspired by the film, The Bodyguard. “I was very excited to shoot this video! The concept was something fresh yet very classic. I was able to dip into acting with a few parts which was all new for me. After watching the finished product, I was extremely proud to have gotten the opportunity to be part of such a well produced and directed project,” says Porcelan. “I was also extremely amazed at all of my growth as an artist, from my first video until now! It made me want to push even harder to the next level, it feels like great when u can say you’ve accomplished a level in your career. It gives me true excitement to know that there’s so much more to come,” she adds.
As a celebration of June being Black Music Month, Apple Music is celebrating by selecting the “new, now and next” artist on the rise. Made In Memphis Entertainment’s own, Porcelan is featured in the R&B section of the Indie Music Month as the Independent Artist of the month for June 2018.
Porcelan, is a Memphis-made recording artist and songwriter on the rise who slowly but surely started making a mark in the industry with her debut single, the beautiful piano ballad, “The Real Thing Don’t Change” co-written by producer and Hall of Fame songwriter David Porter and multi-instrumentalist Hamilton Hardin. Porcelan sang before an audience for the first time at the age of ten, and with abundant school choir solos to sharpen her natural desire for perfection, she would soon find her voice as a songwriter, performer, and first-time recording artist by the age of sixteen. Listeners most often make comparisons to some of the great female voices of our time, but with great humility lurking just beneath a fierce vocal range, Porcelan delivers her own version…every time.
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