Arriving today, Los Angeles based singer, actress and model Quinn L’Esperance has released her single and music video for “Heavyweight.” The single was recorded in Nashville and produced by Matt Wilder and co-written by Deanna Walker, Alysa Vanderheym, Molly Syrcina and Eric Olsen. The music video for it was directed by Lucas Miles and choreographed by Jabari Odom, who has worked with Miley Cyrus, Mariah Carey and Usher. The video was shot at The Old Angle Boxing Gym in Cleveland, Ohio, L’Esperance’s hometown before moving to Los Angeles.
Sharing her collaborative process with the single and music vidoe for “Heavyweight,” L’Esperance shares that “When I started working with my music producer in Nashville, he showed me the materials of some of the songwriters he was working with. When I heard ‘Heavyweight,’ I knew it was my song. Working and creating the tracks for ‘Heavyweight,’ helped me discover my own sound which is reflected in the songs I’m writing today.”
Watch the music video for “Heavyweight”:
While growing up in Ohio, L’Esperance was a competitive figure skater until a knee injury caused her to stop competing at age 10. Not letting it get the best of her, she took her love of performing to the stage, signing up for theater summer camp where she flourished in singing and acting. She took voice lessons, eventually studying acting at James Madio Studios in Ohio and signed with a TV & Film agent.
Since then she has performed at fundraising events for Dare2Dream Foundation and Relay For Life, and singing the National Anthem at the Indians vs. Tigers game. She released her first full-length album, Fearless, in 2015, and just this past year, released the music video for her single “All Falls Into Place, written and recording in Nashville and produced by Matt Wilder. She will release her new album on her own OKL record later later this year (2020).
Source: Press Release