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Kendyle Paige Drops the Music Video for 'Destroyer (Come Home)'

April 29, 2019



In November of last year, Kendyle Paige dropped her debut album titled, “Keep in Mind, It May Be Behind You.” To say the least, the album is nothing short of an incredible body of work. It tells the emotional story of a young girl who grew up in a small town and it recounts all of the experiences, good and bad, that she had to go through. Each song is basically a chapter in the story and “Destroyer (Come Home)” is the latest chapter to receive it’s video treatment.


Compared to Kendyle's previous two singles, “Destroyer” has more of a ballad feel that showcases the strength that her voice has. The record focuses on addiction and it gives a powerful message saying that if you struggle with addiction, you aren’t alone and help is never too far away. “Destroyer" was produced, composed, and arranged by Brandon Lee Richardson and the video was directed by Richard Valentin.




Kendyle Paige

Jaeme Velez

Angel Mejia

Vera Valentin


Directed by Richard Valentin

Assistant Director Adam Susskind

Production Assistant Aaron Porter

Choreography by Jaeme Velez

Style by Naomi Howansky

Makeup by Gabriella O’hara



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