Lauren. name their favorite music videos
Lauren. released their latest single, “ATM,” on Friday, September 23. The song is accompanied by a typically sex-positive video, directed and edited by @laura.lo.res_.
The single and video represent the Australian rapper’s commitment to expressing his feminine side in a strong and powerful way. “A big motivation behind my tracks is to make women feel shameless about their sexuality,” Lauren. said in a statement. “The energy is uplifting and motivating when women come together and support each other.”
Lauren. – ‘ATM’ (Official Music Video)
To celebrate the release of the ‘ATM’ music video, Lauren. talks about her all-time favorite music videos, including tracks from Lana Del Rey, Bbymutha and more.
Lana Del Rey – ‘Ride’ (2012)
Lauren.: I’m a fish, so naturally I’ve always been a hopeless romantic and I’ve loved Lana ever since. Born to die. I particularly loved and continue to love “Ride” because not only are the aesthetics and scenery in this clip phenomenally beautiful, but it also shows depictions of not your usual love. I truly believe that we find love in all kinds of places and in all kinds of forms and this video reminds me of that.
BigKlit – ‘Psychosis’ (2020)
Lauren.: This short is chaotic, raw and relatable. I still appreciate BigKlit for pushing censorship, especially when it comes to sexuality and mental health. This video is a work of art and gives me so many different emotions every time I watch it.
Bbymutha – ‘DOTD’ (2018)
Lauren.: Bbymutha can’t hurt and has continued to inspire and uplift me. This song always controls my energy and the video is simplistic and detailed at the same time. The colors, the outfits, the power, the sexy witch vibe – I still love it.
Kojey Radical – ‘Water’ (2018)
Lauren.: This video is an emotional, cinematic and impactful work of art. I will never be able to put myself in the shoes of what POC has gone through over the generations, but I am definitely ready and passionate about repairing the pain and damage that people of my kind have caused to history of POC. This video always makes me think about that and reminds me that I have to support and defend this fight wherever I can.
Gunna – “On Camera” (2020)
Lauren.: I like when artists push for censorship and also show that women have their sexual power. I never knew if these were real SWs used in this video, but I’m still in awe of the women in it. Women having sex over time have been mutilated, dictated to, censored and forced to deliver in an attractive way in the media without being too shocking.
But sex is natural; being sexy is not shameful. Women can initiate and hold the power to be sexual without being ashamed and I think this video is such a raw, smart and exciting way to show that to the mainstream media.
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