Jason Dottley's Music Video to Break Record

Jason Dottley's Music Video Shut's Down Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on July 7, 2015; The Superstar and His Team have Plans to Break a World Record in the Most Grand Display of the Most Expensive Collection of Exotic Vehicles Ever in a Single Music Video

RICHMOND, VA / ACCESSWIRE / July 8, 2015 / Sources close to Sordid Lives: the Series international television star and three time Top 25 Billboard music artist, Jason Dottley, confirmed today that in the midst of his 40+ city nationwide tour, that the super star has made a pit stop, that is causing the shut down of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills today. The actor, singer and award winning producer is working on a new music video project that just may "break the internet" and possibly, a world record in one of the most grand displays and best top car moments in music video history.

Jason Dottley on the set at his music video on Rodeo Drive #Lamborghini #BeverlyHills

Dottley is currently on location in Beverly Hills, California, filming his new music video for his single, "Cocaine and Whiskey." The music video will also star Pandora Boxx, one of the most popular contestants ever to enter on RuPaul's Drag Race. The management team for the superstar confirmed rumors that Dottley and his team are attempting to break a World Record in the filming and production of the music video.

There is no question that many of the worlds sexiest luxury cars have been featured in the music videos by the hottest artists. However, the high end exotic luxury cars that will be featured in Dottley's new music video will earn a record breaking starring role. The collection of high end exotic vehicles featured in the music video, is nothing short of miraculous. The fleet is sure to be a top car moment in music video history as it seems that the music video may feature the most expensive collection of exotic vehicles ever in a single music video. "As of this second, the vehicle count is between 25-30 high end luxury machines valued between approximately $20-30 million. With all of the attention and interest in this music video, I will not be surprised to see both numbers grow rapidly by the end of filming," says Renee Bailey, CEO of The Bailey Agency and Jason Dottley's Manager. "With these numbers, the music video may break the world record for featuring the most expensive collection of exotic vehicles ever in a single music video," she adds.

Jason Dottley. Photo credit: Roland Moriarty

"Cocaine and Whiskey" is slightly different from Dottley's previous singles and has been met with raving reviews from those lucky enough to recieve the song preview. The song drives hard incorporating influences of electric guitar, a strong grinding beat which provides a rock undertone that pulls the listener in, leaving the feeling for the undeniable need for speed. "The cross genre appeal that the featured exotic luxury cars possess, mirrors the cross genre appeal of the song and video," Bailey adds.

The record breaking music video comes in the midst of Dottley's current 40+ city nationwide tour for his one man show, "Life on the gay List." Dottley was recently featured this month in the Boston Globe as their entertainment and nightlife comedy pick for his performance in "Life on the gAy List." He is currently preparing to film a feature film titled "Husband-In-Law" in late summer. Dottley has also made a big name for himself in the music industry. As a 3-time Top 25 U.S. Billboard recording artist with the release of "Party Round the World," "Pop It," and "It's Our Night," and his success as a U.K. Top 20 Electropop artist with "Pop It" and "It's Our Night," his records combined have spent over 44 weeks on Billboard's Charts.

Jason Dottley

Dottley is best known for his star-making lead role as "Ty Williamson" in the internationally syndicated TV show Sordid Lives: the Series. Sordid Lives airs internationally in 17 countries around the world. Dottley has lit up stages in over 60 venues across the U.S., and is an award winning theatre producer having produced and starred in several major national tours with standing ovation crowds two thousand strong. He is the proud recipient of the most prestigious Los Angeles Critic's Circle Award, is a proud member of 2008's Out 100 Most Influential People in LGBT culture. His work for gay rights, Out 100 status, and his continued success, has made him a superstar in the LGBT community. His high-profile divorce from playwright and director Del Shores landed his private life on Today, Reuters and every gay media site in existence. LA's Frontiers Magazine once named him "the poster boy for gay marriage." Since then, NYC's Next Magazine has named him "the public face of gay divorce."

Filming for the music video will take place in Beverly Hills, California on and around Rodeo Drive starting Tuesday, July 7, 2015. The release date for the single and music video has not been officially released but is anticipated for this summer. For more information about the "Cocaine & Whiskey" recording breaking project or to book Jason Dottley for an appearance or show in your city, contact the media contact listed below.

Media Contact:

The Bailey Agency
C/o Renee Bailey, Management, PR, Tour & Bookings
Email: baileyagencygroup@gmail.com
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Jason Dottley. Photo credit by Matt Stone.

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