John Reuben’s latest video “No Be Nah” was just added to the MTVU Best Freshmen Video voting.

And we need your help and your vote.

The “No Be Nah” video is one of four that Reuben created with Jeremy Hughes of Elevate Pictures to support his sixth album release Sex, Drugs and Self-Control. Filled with creative illustration of a motorcycle with sidecar journey, the video reminds us to watch our words and let our yes be yes, and our No Be Nah.

The ‘No Be Nah’ video can be viewed at John’s official myspace page – myspace.com/johnreuben

Please head over to MTVU – http://www.mtvu.com/music/the-freshmen/nominees-011810/ – and place your vote for John Reuben’s ‘No Be Nah’.

Thank you for your support!

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