Soul rebel, Justo Ontario, has released the visual for his single "Forever Alive," an R&B track about letting go and just vibin' out amidst a not so perfect love. In the video, it can be seen from his wardrobe, the setting, and his lyrics that Justo appeals to the eclectic individualist and is giving modern feels to an old-school R&B sound.
When asked about the concept of the record during a digital press conference, Justo said, "The line can we live off the high tonight is me saying, can we just forget every worry we got and make moves based off the moment we are in.”
Justo's musical background is rooted deep in family and church, where his mother was a choir director and professional wedding singer, while his brother was a drummer. His father's influence was his love for 70s music.
It is no surprise Justo said this about writing Forever Alive; "This song came about while my producer, Omari Clarke, and I were simply brainstorming ideas. Omari was going through different synth sounds on his keyboard, and as soon as he started playing the chords (heard in the very beginning of the song), I knew that was it."