The Houston Rapper Gives Fans Something New To Vibe Too Ricardo Parker follows up his 50 Cent sampled record “Find Me” with “Too Bad”. Fans and media alike gravitated towards the “Find Me” record because Ricardo gave a smooth, catchy rendition to the vibe 50 Cent previously created on “In Da Club”. Ricardo also gives us a high… Read more »
Marshmello takes fans for a trip down memory lane in the new music video for his 2016 release, “Find Me.” After the recent release of his smooth original, “LoVe U,” and his June remix to Future’s “Mask Off” proved that his sonic capabilities are even more expansive than we knew, it seems the artist now wants to remind us of his road to fame.
“Find Me,” a heavy synth track with virtually no vocals off his 2016 record, Joytime, now comes complete with an official video. Reviving the track for peak summertime festival season is Mello absolutely ruling a frat party.
In the playful new video, Marshmello says no to beers and yes to DJing. Making his way through the party is an awkward anonymous young Mello who amidst pillow-fights and twinkie-eating contests eventually finds his rightful place behind the booth.
Marshmello has definitely become known for his cinematic music videos as much as his catchy production over the last year. With the release of his latest video for ‘Find Me’ people are absolutely thrilled that it is a continuation of a story started in prior videos. Alone It all started with ‘Alone’. The
Sigma has finally released the official music video for “Find Me” featuring Birdy, directed by Christopher Sims, the acclaimed mind behind the videos of David Guetta, Usher, Ludacris, and more.
For Sigma’s video, Sims has chosen the anomalous Millie Bobby Brown as the star, known for her role as the mystical Eleven in Stranger Things, and combined with the fluttering ambience of the track, I’m at a loss for words.
The entire video is marvelously expressive, and though at times Brown’s acting can be somewhat over the top, there’s a strange bite of innocence which stems from the 12-year-old actor’s youth. Of course, Brown’s “Eleven” aesthetic and style shine through, making for a breathtaking juxtaposition between these mature emotional themes being expressed through what we see as a child.
On the surface, the video isn’t immediately gripping, but if you take a moment to look deeper, there are some profound concepts just waiting to be explored.