“Look At California” by Aaron Evans Feat. Real J. Wallace and Sojourn. Produced by Beatsmith Resist. Staying true to themes that are universal and uplifting Aaron Evans returns with a Cali summer anthem accompanied by Real J. Wallace, Sojourn and Beatsmith Resist. “Look at California” is sure to please any listener of Hip Hop, Soul, Funk, Poetry or Jazz. It’s smooth groove is perfect for rolling the windows down and just riding into the sunset while it’s infectious hook will leave you singing “Look at California” long after the final credits role. The video itself tells the story of 4 friends meeting up to go fishing. More a short film or story rather than a traditional video, “Look At California” was shot in Ocean Beach, California on a bustling sunny Sunday. Fishing is an ancient method of survival, camaraderie and recreation that transposes age, gender and race. Nearly all of us have heartfelt memories of time spent telling stories with a friend, family member or loved one on a pier, boat or shore. There may be a few twists and turns on our adventures there, but one we all arrive, laughs are shared and smiles are standard. Furthermore the video draws on the concept of “I Go A Fishing” aiming to show that each and every musician/artist is fishing for their own catch, using their words, rhythms and emotions as bait. Everyday each of us must recast our lines and see what bounty the great seas of creation have in store. Sometimes it’s a feast, sometimes it’s famine, regardless we all must keep diligent pursuit of our personal white whale.