Paul William delves into a young love story with “Moulin Rouge Interlude” (Visual Premiere)

Singer Paul William has been steadily gaining traction in the Northern VA & JMU area as his smooth, euphonious sound has garnered much praise.

He’s an artist who is very much a product of his influences and life experiences, which he transparently relays within his music. Growing up in a Peruvian family, he was constantly enveloped by music and cultural influences as he frequently heard the classic sounds that came from the 80’s era & vibrant bounce and dynamics of salsa music.

His family has always been a premiere aspect of his life and music, with his cousin Diego frequently pushing him through the pitfalls and lows that come with being an artist, whilst others like Gio Ramirez had faith in Paul’s artistry, providing him with a studio and guidance which has been essential to his development.

The largest culmination and respresentation of everything Paul has gone through, and his journey as an artist is presented as his latest body of work Nothing Left.

From this, he partners with talented cinematographer Spencer Sease, to give us an outstanding visual for “Moulin Rouge Interlude”. A picture that shows the love story of Paul & long time girlfriend, Ocianna. Love, care, and energy is palpable in this motion picture as he details all the bumps and tribulations young couples go through as they travel through their journey together, holding on and drawing strength from only the love they have for each other and the bond shared.

Paul William is a singer we urge you to get familiar with, as he’s an artist who is as down to earth as he is talented. His work speaks for itself, check it out below!

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