Pittsburgh native musicians, writers and producers, Social House have built on the success of debut single ‘Magic In The Hamptons (feat. Lil Yachty)’ with the release of the track’s official music video.
Released in June and debuting in the top 25 of the Spotify US and Global charts, ‘Magic In The Hamptons’ has been streamed over 32 million times. The track now sees an official video directed by man of the moment Cole Bennett (Juice WRLD, Lil Xan, Ski Mask The Slump God) who premieres it via his Lyrical Lemonade channel on YouTube.
In the video, the duo of Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson, wearing prosthetic makeup to look like elderly gentlemen, enjoy the lifestyle of living in the Long Island, NY seaside destination. On the track, Mikey told The Prelude Press that “‘Magic In the Hamptons’ is about real love that can stand the test of time and make you feel young again.
“It’s about puppy love and the honeymoon phase in a relationship that never dies.”
Listen to ‘Magic In The Hamptons (feat. Lil Yachty)‘ by Social House on Shoot Music’s New Releases playlist on Spotify.
The unveiling of the music video is also coupled with the release of a new song from the duo, ‘Higher’.
Signed to SB Projects/Interscope Records, a joint venture between Scooter Braun’s SB Projects and Interscope, Social House features the now-Los Angeles based musicians, writers and producers, Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson.
They have written and produced songs for prominent artists including Ariana Grande (‘Sweetener,’ ‘goodnight n go’), Chris Brown (‘Rock Your Body’), Steve Malcolm (‘Not To Us/Good Love,’ ‘Watch,’ ‘On Ten’) and Jennifer Lopez (‘Dinero’ Ft. DJ Khaled & Cardi B).
When the duo first moved to Los Angeles, Mikey and Scootie spent weeks couch surfing, finding themselves among other determined artists, in a highly social and creative environment that became their fraternity, family, party spot, studio and home.
During a session at home Mikey and Scootie decided to, for the first time, create a track for themselves. In that moment, Social House was born.