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Billy Joel Releases First New Music Video in Decades– Using AI Technology from Deep Voodoo

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Billy Joel launches his very first brand-new video in years for ‘Turn the Lights Back On,’ making use of AI innovation to display an efficiency through the ages of Joel’s life.

On the heels of the launching of his very first brand-new tune in years, “Turn the Lights Back On,” Billy Joel has actually revealed his very first brand-new video in years to accompany it. Directed by Warren Fu of Dua Lipa and Daft Punk popularity, together with manufacturer and co-writer Freddy Wexler, the video makes use of groundbreaking AI innovation from Deep Voodoo (Kendrick Lamar, Juice WRLD) to display Billy Joel carrying out the brand-new track throughout the various years of his life.

Billy Joel took the phase at the 2024 Grammy Awards for the launching efficiency of “Turn the Lights Back On,” while the single has actually done numbers on radio stations and streaming. It blew up at No. 1 on Classic Hits, Classic Rock, Most Added, Greatest Spin Gainer, Greatest Audience Gainer, and Top 10 Chart Debut at Adult Contemporary Radio at No. 8– the greatest area on the chart for Joel given that 1993. The tune is likewise the very first from Joel to break the Billboard Hot 100 considering that 1997.

Pointed to on TikTok simply after his launching on the platform, “Turn the Lights Back On” provides a traditional Billy Joel tune that embodies the signatures of his noise. “In a stacked brochure of timeless ballads, ‘Turn the Lights Back On’ will stand as one of his most impacting,” composes NPR’s Robin Hilton.

Billy Joel stays among the most prominent American artists and a generational writer without peer. He has actually offered over 160 million albums around the world, ending up being “the fourth-best-selling solo artist in the United States,” together with gathering 6 Grammy Awards, lots of elections and awards, and induction into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 and 1999, respectively. In 2002, he was MusiCares’ Person of the Year, and got the Kennedy Center Honors in 2013.

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