Wolves music video
That's right — in her new music video for her song " Wolves " with Marshmello, released exclusively on Apple Music on Friday, Selena shows off her impressive talent by calmly standing on, not in , the middle of a swimming pool. Sel's water-walking isn't the only thing that'll have you scratching your head and watching the video over and over and over again. The storyline of the three-and-a-half-minute clip is kinda confusing and kinda creepy: Selena appears to be in an indoor swimming pool facility, where she stands perilously close to the edge of the high dive, struts dramatically through a dark hallway, writhes around on the floor of the locker room, and lays down on the bleachers. All the while, she's being watched by security cameras; at the very end of the video, she stands in the aforementioned dimly lit hallways and stares straight at one of the cameras before the point of view switches to that of the camera's footage, showing that, in fact, there's no Selena Gomez standing in the hallway. Luckily, the video features an impressive number of extremely glamorous outfit changes to distract you from your worries that Selena maybe doesn't actually exist. She does exist, right? While laying on the floor of the locker room's showers, she wears a shimmery gold one-shoulder floor-length gown and strappy heels, and when she prowls down the blue-lit hallway, she wears a glittery, silver wrap dress with a plunging neckline and high-cut slit. While standing on the high dive and, presumably, deciding whether to do a cannonball or stick to an elegant swan dive, Selena opts for yet another sparkly gown: a full-length blue number with a long train. She also hangs out on the bleachers that overlook the pool while wearing a bright red power suit over a Fleur du Mal pink and blue bra , then wanders among the lower diving blocks in a light blue crop top with matching floor-length skirt. Finally, while walking on the water like it's NBD, she wears a light pink, strapless minidress that's covered in shaggy pink fur.
As always, Kanye West is full of surprises, and Friday was no exception, as he dropped a brand new video right on the heels of "Famous.
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A Chilliwack band that has been together for less than a year is getting ready to release a single and a music video this weekend. The band was formed in the summer of last year and the current three members are Bronsen Rasmussen lead vocals, bass , Allen Yang guitar and Nick Svab drums. Originally the band was called Feed The Wolves, and when they first formed, they found an artist in Greece via social media to design their logo. Grahn had reached out to the band after hearing about them from another person in the industry. Rasmussen then invited Grahn to a sold-out show at The Roxy in Vancouver in February where they met him after the show. Aside from each band member having to record his piece of each song separately and wipe down any shared equipment used in studio, it was all pretty normal. For the video, which was filmed at Main Street Night Club on July 25, masks were required by everyone in the venue. Those who were in the video had to wear them before and after filming but not while cameras were rolling , plus waivers were signed, there was increased sanitation and first aid, Rasmussen said. The pandemic did, however, have a greater impact on their live shows as they had to put their Western Canada tour, schedule for this summer, on hold. A band gets to plan a little bit more.
Wow, what a great day to be alive. Selena Gomez's "Wolves" music video is here and it's everything. The rhythm is contagious and the lyrics are so deep and romantic. The star is planning on performing the song for the first time at the AMAs, so be sure to check it out. But first, let's talk about this music video. Of course, Gomez has a super cool back story about the creation of "Wolves. She told Beats 1 radio host Zane Lowe,. Mentioning that the song lyrics are "personal" could mean a variety of different things. Did she first hear it when things with The Weeknd were hot and heavy or are they about something much deeper? I guess that is up for fan interpretation.
As always, Kanye West is full of surprises, and Friday was no exception, as he dropped a brand new video right on the heels of "Famous. Sure, Kardashian appears early on in the Balmain-centric video amongst a whole host of models — but the short answer is, yes, the video is ultimately about her. Unlike said models, who appear stalking the runway in packs, dancing, or shielded by camera flashes from the paparazzi with the emphasis on their clothing rather than their faces, Kardashian appears in a close-up, by herself, separate from the rest of the video's cast.
She's still wearing a design from the fashion house like everyone else, but she's far from blending in with the crowd. West himself is pictured with tears running down his cheeks, and it seems clear to me that Kardashian is the source of all that emotion — especially when you look at the lyrics to "Wolves. Later on in the song, he sings, "You gotta let me know if I could be your Joseph," this is a biblical reference, by the way — Mary and Joseph ring any bells?
It's a beautiful message, and one that West has underlined with the cinematography in the "Wolves" video. By zooming in close on Kardashian's serene face and his own tears to show how grateful he is that he found her amongst the "wolves," aka, the rest of the world obsessed with tearing him down.
Watch the video below, and I dare you not to tear up. It's a really lovely look inside the Kimye relationship, I feel like, and it makes me like them more as a couple, and West more as an artist, so really well done all 'round.
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