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Jarvis Landry Stays Laser Focused In New “I Cannot Lose” Music Video

by | Jan 2, 2021 | Music

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry drops his debut single “I Cannot Lose” sharing the trials and tribulations he’s faced while chasing his dreams of playing in the NFL. Now adding music to his impressionable list of talents and accomplishments, he expresses his gratitude to the individuals in his life who have a left a powerful mark on his life as well as acknowledging those who were on the journey with him for a short time in his newest I gotta a completely different side to the accomplished athlete.

This catchy new single is a highly enjoyable track about coming up from nothing and being able to create the life of his dreams. The music video shows a charismatic Landry enjoying his life both on the field outside of his home and engaging in a variety of leisure activities while sharing the special moment with his family, specifically his son and his daughter. Home footage also shares a personal side to Landy’s home life and gratitude for all he’s endured.

The Hip-Hop tranced instrumental courses through a mellow piano melody in the background grasping the flow of each verse. The music itself beams with the positive energy he displays throughout the entire video, making it an ideal choice as the backing sound of his debut single. Check out the music video down below:

In other news, Jarvis Landry is back on the field with the Cleveland Browns after retreating with a positive COVID result. He’s one of the four athletes who made their return this Friday practice for their game on Sunday. Keep an eye out on Athletes Creative Trap for further updates on his music releases!

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