The Score is a super talented five-person group from LA and London that produces, writes and composes all of its own music, blending R&B, soul, hip-hop, jazz and pop.
The music video for The Score's latest single '2 Fly' came about because of a design for a T-shirt by the illustrator Dapo for the band to sell on their tour. The response from fans was so positive that the label then asked them to produce an animation music video based on the original illustrated idea.
The band has already worked with Basement Jaxx, Faith Evans, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lindsay Lohan, jazz legend Marcus Miller, Natasha Bedingfield, Omarion and Rhian Benson. It has performed with the Pussycat Dolls and N-Dubz, and the summer of 2010 saw them on tour with JLS.
The Score's Latest Video Inspired By a T-Shirt Design
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