In my opinion, both the visuals and this song have a cinematic feel. Director Edouard Salier portrays the story of a male prostitute who summoned the courage to escape from the sexual slavery he is condemned to.
Interestingly, It seems like a real-life story, but everything takes place during a strip show in a nightclub. Overall, despite the drama, the funny part is that he’s wearing a pair of high heels, which makes no sense LOL.
In any case, you don’t want to miss this action-packed clip. Please be advised, that some scenes can be considered brutal or too graphic…
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Roosevelt Creates An Instant Classic By Merging Disco And Rock
Roosevelt keeps pushing boundaries and fusing genres like Disco and Rock on “Paralyzed,” taken from the recently released album ‘Embrace.‘ One way or another, he has managed to craft an instant classic that defies genre conventions!
For sure, Disco and Rock might sound quite opposite, but when combined, an interesting rhythm is created. On this occasion, Roosevelt seamlessly merges infectious dance beats with the raw/heavy guitar work.
Additionally, it’s impossible not to notice the vibrant visuals that accompany this awesome track. In the music video, shades of grey and pink predominate, creating something literally striking and original.
If you ask me, “Paralyzed” feels like it’s geared more toward being a sing-along anthem than a pure dance tune. Nevertheless, the upbeat melodies make it impossible to resist tapping your foot.
Besides, what sets it apart from the crowd is its ability to evoke a sense of nostalgia while remaining contemporary. Consequently, it’s accessible and appealing to a wide range of listeners.
The art of composing songs is a boundless playground where innovation and creativity know no limits. Clearly, Roosevelt exemplifies this limitless approach with his groundbreaking music.
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A Must-See Music Video: “It Girl” By Black Queer Artist Sedric Perry
Sedric Perry‘s “It Girl” music video promises a blast of fun! Drawing inspiration from the 1980s aerobics craze, this black queer artist delivers comical visuals that are a must-watch!
Teaming up with NYC label Sundaee Sauce, this new track embodies the spirit of having a good time and the importance of self-assurance. Best of all, it incorporates vintage synthesizers as part of the characteristic Nu Disco sound.
Influences from artists such as Prince, Whitney Houston, and Vapor Wave are clearly evident, with an exceptional guitar riff taking the spotlight. Additionally, there are funky beats in the background that beckon you to dance along.
It seems that Sedric Perry is at that point in life where being super serious just doesn’t cut it, especially when life is already throwing its curveballs. Sometimes, it’s totally cool to embrace your inner goofiness and just be yourself without any apologies. Without a doubt, that’s the message behind “It Girl.”
At the end of the day, bold people often come up with innovative ideas, and the same goes for authentic artists who aren’t afraid to express their vision and creativity.
Consequently, that sense of fulfillment and satisfaction is priceless.
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Debbie Gibson’s Music Video Takes You Back To The Disco Era!
Debbie Gibson is back in action with her fascinating music video for “Love Don’t Care,” and she’s taking you on a groovy journey back to the Disco era. Definitely, the funky beats and dazzling lights will never go out of style!
If her classic hit “Lost In Your Eyes” made you fall in love in the late 80s, today “Love Don’t Care” will just make you want to start dancing without even thinking about it.
The clip was directed by both Nick Spanos and Debbie herself and is a total blast from the past with all the flair of the 70s. Likewise, you’ll see an eye-catching choreography employing classic dance moves with a modern twist.
In particular, the visuals feel like a tribute to big divas like Cher, Tina Charles, and Donna Summer too.
Furthermore, “Love Don’t Care” is actually part of her 2021 comeback album ‘The Body Remembers.’ As a result, you can tell her versatility as an artist is worthy of applause.
Most importantly, her music is reaching people of all ages, from back in the day to the new generation.