Throwback HIP Spotlight: Sarah Jaffe

Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure of meeting up with some of our cherished clients to film a video interview that helps viewers get to know the artist as well as learn more about their new music video. Previously called “The HIP Clip”, these videos allow us to help connect artists with the world, as we give some insight and inside information into who they are and the music and videos they make.

Over the years, we’ve had the pleasure of meeting up with some of our cherished clients to film a video interview that helps viewers get to know the artist as well as learn more about their new music video. Previously called “The HIP Clip,” these videos allow us to help connect artists with the world, as we give some insight and inside information into who they are and the music and videos they make.

It takes a very special person to be able to bend genres around her style and still make it work. Sara Jaffe has an ever-expanding sound due to her diverse approach to songwriting and performance. What began as a folk-infused approach transitioned to a blend of electronic experimentation with a songwriting skill set that is second to none.
In 2010 we sat down with Jaffe to film a very special HIP Spotlight about her song “Clementine.” The cinematic music video was broken down by her Dallas friends, green screen levitation, and her favorite color yellow.

Check out the 2010 Sarah Jaffe HIP Spotlight below:

 

 

 

Jaffe is still making moves a decade later; from being featured on Billboard to Paste Magazine, she has plenty of upcoming shows throughout the United States. Check out her latest work “Lay Low” and “Bad Baby,” and reminisce on the most recent song we partnered with her on in 2015, “Vision.”

 

 

 

Written by HIP Administrative Assistant Melissa Ng.