"She can make a whisper... scream."
- Brent Harvey / Producer, Los Angeles Music Awards

HOLY - Official Music Video

Starring Anna Khaja (Quantico, Silicon Valley), and John Barrowman (Arrow, Torchwood) among many others, the latest video release from Danielle portrays a powerful dialogue between the Religious Right and LGBT families over the true message of the writings in the Bible. Called "harrowing" by The Huffington Post, "riveting" by Curve Magazine, and "beautiful" by PinkNews UK, HOLY is far and away Danielle's most powerful video to date.

I SAW MOMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS - New Holiday Release!

This new holiday video stars LoPresti herself, alongside real-life spouse, Alicia Champion, and their four year old son, Xander Lucian. Accompanied by a lush big band arrangement featuring an all-star San Diego brass section (including Gilbert Castellanos, Chris Klich, Elizabeth and Chris Lea), the customarily hard-rocking Danielle showcases the wide breadth of her talent in a production reminiscent of the great Shirley Bassey. In congruence with this throwback musical performance, the video directed by Asher Brown emulates a Norman Rockwell painting that celebrates the "American family." The spin is that this American family is her very own multiracial, same-sex, foster-adoptive family.

CALL ME SISTER/ THEY DON'T CARE ABOUT US - Live at IndieFest 9

On March 28, 2015, Danielle LoPresti and The Masses, took the stage at Officer Jeremy Henwood Memorial Park in City Heights San Diego, with a pointed message to the Mid-City police station to be the change we want to see.

Danielle and The Masses were joined by Minneapolis singing phenom, Cameron Wright, along with several San Diego IndieFest 9 guest artists (including Jessie and Dominic from The Brothers Burns & J.Phatts, Kendrick Dial or The Lyrical Groove, Gill Sotu, Kontious, and Valroy Watson).

Filmed and edited by Grijalva Films.

MAYBE I WAS WRONG - Official Music Video

Four years in the making, Danielle LoPresti and The Masses first started shooting this video in 2010, at the peak of the great housing recession and unemployment crisis. The video tells the tale of three Americans - the white collar businesswoman, the immigrant worker, and the artist - all whose lives are intrinsically connected by the same universal struggle. Little did Danielle know that an even greater struggle was on the horizon that would threaten her life. Three years from the first day of shooting and after a terrifying late-stage cancer battle, Danielle returned to the stage for the first time to shoot the final scene of this triumphant video.

This video was shot in two parts. The first part shot in 2010 was directed by Craig Wilson of Mental Eclectic. The second part, shot in 2013 at San Diego IndieFest, was directed by Asher Brown of Pollution Studios. Editing and Post by Longlost Pictures and Pollution Studios

OBJECTIFY - Official Music Video

Danielle LoPresti & The Masses - OBJECTIFY Music VideoThe debut music video from San Diego-based Danielle LoPresti & The Masses (DLPM). "Objectify" is the first single off DLPM's upcoming release "Run With It," due out this summer. To purchase "Objectify" online, please visit: www.cdbaby.com "Objectify" Directed by Asher Brown Produced by Erica Sterne and Aaron Naar Photographed by Cristobal Moris Edited by Chris Witt Production Design by Ben Speigelman Starring: Danielle LoPresti The Masses: Alicia Champion Damien Smith Blair Robb Christina Boucher Drew Berenc Mary Volpe-Dawson Nicole Smith Miss Mia Vixen Tiffany Richard Ron Christopher Jones Sandy Stein Bobby Rivas Fitz Henley Jayce Venditti Erica Cunningham Shasta Sopha Eveoke Dance Theatre Dancers: Ericka Moore April Tra Yvonne Hernandez Lily Haine

NO MORE NO LESS - Live from San Diego IndieFest 6

The tear-jerking slideshow that accompanies DLPM's anti Prop 8 ballad, "No More No Less," spliced in with clips from the band's unforgettable performance at San Diego IndieFest 6 (March 27, 2010).

Danielle LoPresti & The Masses - 22 Mountains CD Release (June 2003)

Danielle LoPresti & The Masses - 22 Mountains CD Release (June 2003)Clips from the CD Release concert of Danielle's sophomore album, 22 Mountains.

ROLE MAMA - Official Music Video

Off "Outloud" - the 2004 release from Danielle LoPresti & The Masses - "Role Mama" is a celebration of those few, precious, powerful women who show us that growing old can be a MAGNIFICENT thing. Aging is not a dirty word, and our elders hold an infinite amount of wisdom for us, if we only open ourselves to it. These women do not fear growing older, they embrace it, and waste not a single moment in a never ending dedication to living their lives FULLY.

Directed by Gabriel Soto
Produced by Semper Productions
Say It Records
San Diego Indie Music Festival Indie By Design
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