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Victoria Monét – Backyard (Video)

Victoria Monét – Backyard (Video)

Is it safe to say Victoria Monét is about to blow? Well if you think not, you should shut your face. Nobody cares about your opinion. As for the rest of us, we see the talented songstress taking off. She recently released her project and its been making it’s rounds on the net.

She also just released her new video Backyard. Read more about the release of this video below:

Following the release of her Nightmares & Lullabies: Act II EP, Rolling Stone deemed L.A. via Sacramento singer/songwriter Victoria Monét an “Artist You Need To Know.” Preparing for a deluxe release of Nightmares & Lullabies: Act I & II in the coming months, Monét is revisiting a single from the Act I EP with an enchanting visual for “Backyard,” which has debuted via TeenVOGUE. As she swings on a tire in a moonlit future-goth playground surrounded by fellow misfits, Monét’s crystal clear voice cuts through the bassy 808’s in Tommy Brown‘s production to warn doubters about underestimating underdogs. “I’ve always been drawn to wilderness partly due to its magic and because there are less rules,” Monét explained to TeenVOGUE. “This song is the anthem for those who have big dreams, those underdogs who have something to prove not only to other people but to themselves,” she added. “I wrote this song for the tribe… we gotta let people know we are coming!”

Watch Backyard from Victoria Monét produced by Tommy Brown and leave your thoughts in the comments below.

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