GenresR&B, Pop, Soul, Singer songwriter Hip Hop, Christian More...
LocationManchester Lancashire United Kingdom
Sounds LikeNe Yo, Michael Jackson, Usher, Chris Brown, Jamiroquai, Stevie Wonder
HistoryMember since: 10/20/2014 Year Founded: 2012
- Original material: 19 hrs : 30 min
- Average Draw: 10
- Largest crowd: 70
- Have sound: No PA
- Original Songs: 5
- CDs released: 1
- CDs sold: 600
Everything heads back to early 2013 when everything sparked up for Medy.
In late-January, Medy was called up on the BRIT Awards 2013 as he was chosen to re-create popstar Conor Maynard's first music video 'Can't Say No' and premiere it on the night of the ceremony. The video was directed by Emil Nava who previously worked with Ed Sheeran, Jessie J & Rita Ora.
He later released mixtapes alongside a newly released EP called "I'm Taking Over" (now on sale on iTunes and other digital stores), music videos, etc.
Medy's current project is his upcoming album "The Medy Lema Project" coming out June 24th.
Alongside with gigs, music videos, promo events... etc.
A Manchester student will be watched by millions after he was chosen to recreate a music video by pop chart-topper Conor Maynard.
Medy Clinton, 18, from West Gorton, won the chance to recreate Maynard’s Can’t Say No video and it will appear in the ad breaks for the BRIT Awards tomorrow night.
Clips of Conor surprising Medy on set will also be beamed to millions as part of the Mastercard Priceless Remakes competition.
As part of his prize Medy will also get chance to rub shoulders with the stars at the glitziest night on the music calendar too.
Medy admitted being transformed into a popstar for the day had been unbelieveable.
He added “With full crew, dancers, stylist, hair, make-up, I felt like the real deal, but being surprised by Conor really blew me away.
“Going to the BRITs is definitely going to be an unforgettable night.”
Meanwhile pop star Conor rather modestly said: “I loved springing the surprise on Medy, he absolutely killed the shoot."