Free Williamsburg has the world premiere of a new music video for “All The Same” by versatile artist/producer Voli. The song, which appears on The Wall Sampler, showcases Voli’s gift for incorporating alternative and world music into a hip hop springboard. Watch the visually stunning video for “All The Same” exclusively here:

In addition, Free Williamsburg caught up with Voli during last week’s CMJ Music Marathon for an interview. Video interview also up below:

Over the past decade, Voli has grown from being a teenage hip hop emcee (initially known as Volatile) to a well-rounded musician with a diverse set of influences. He has steadily built a strong base of admirers through posting tracks through the blogosphere as well as being active in the New Jersey/New York live music scene. Among his choice comrades is one of the most successful of the new breed of emcee, J. Cole. Cole and Voli have produced/appeared on tracks for each other over the past few years, including “Sound Of Love.”

Consequence Of Sound recently premiered the music video for “State Of The Art,” Voli’s interpolation of worldwide pop sensation Gotye’s original song and video. Watch the “State Of The Art” video exclusively here:

The Wall Sampler features a selection of diverse tracks from Voli highlighting what is to come with his upcoming full-length, The Wall. In addition to “All The Same” and “Sound Of Love,” the sampler includes Voli’s re-working of the single “Lady” from the electronic group, Chromatics.

Download The Wall Sampler for free here:

More info:

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Jerry Graham, The Syndicate, (201) 864-0900 x252 or

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