Law Plays Piano In The Ocean For Her “BECAUSE OF YOU” Visuals

Law because of you music video

Law puts an exclamation point on the first installment of her venting series with the metaphorical visuals for “Because of You.”

After using dancing as a coping mechanism, Law shows that venting can only get you so far. Even though she may say she is over it, she shows the waves of emotions are still there

From getting over the relationship, to saying I am better without you, to finishing with all this hurt is because of you, Law took us all on an all too well-known emotional roller coaster. The first drop maybe over, but as long as the ladies continue to win, you can be sure the ride is not over.



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With a name that says it all, LAW, “Ladies Always Win,” is standing up for women everywhere, with a platform that stands at the forefront of the women empowerment movement.

Originally from a small town in upstate New York called Kingston, LAW has been singing since she was a child. She was involved in school and church choirs, local and national singing events which included performing on the stage of the famous Carnegie Hall. A forthright lyricist and unique vocalist, LAW was signed in 2018 after graduating high school, where she began working with producers such as Gotcha and AXL Beats.

As queen of “The Bestie Gang,” LAW has amassed 100 million views through her viral TikTok series “Catching Cheaters,” where she confronts cheating boyfriends for her followers. The singer and songwriter started the soundtrack to her TikTok with her commercial debut single in 2021 “Over It.” And continued the storyline of “f*boy free music,” with the singles, “Lies,” “Controller,” and “Bills,” that were featured on BET and MTV, MTVU, and MTV Jams.

Throughout 2021, LAW was featured in campaigns by Fender, Luvme wigs, Insert Name Here (INH) Hair, and Spraygrounds. She is a featured influencer on TikTok where she has amassed 1.6 million followers and received recognition from E-News Tonight and Victor Cruz.

She has been dubbed by Music Connection Magazine as their “Artist to Watch,” in 2022, and is considered the premier R&B artist in New Jersey.