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Watch Indiana artist Poindexter’s witty visual for ‘Jeopardy’ more than once

Indiana-native emerging artist Poindexter took a classic sound from Jeopardy and flipped it in the best way possible. Taking inspiration from Zaytoven’s famous drum melody, Poindexter discloses the measures he must take as a public figure. I can’t get enough of the short track and its visual component, so that’s why I want you to play this more than once. Watch the creative direction for the Midwest recording artist below. It comes from his forthcoming project titled, ‘An Extraordinary LP’, and produced by his longtime friend, Baleboygeechie. Emmy award-winning director Jake Huber directed the video, which took a week to build.

Written by Richardine Bartee

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