Queen Mars One-Ups Herself Like A Boss B!TCH: Monday Majesty

Back in the middle of summer, Queen Mars had gone through some creative angst brought upon early lockdown orders, that was only cured through song and visual expression. She freed herself with the release of B!TCH, and its accompanying music video that she created with just a phone and strobe light. An artistically racy video that drew attention from censures and challenges, but was ultimately won over with support and admiration of a large audience at 11k views! That first B!TCH was a riot, but this second B!TCH is a boss!

With a new music video to top and remake the summer hit, Queen Mars turns on that boss B!TCH energy in this hyper artistic visual. With abstract visual symbolism at ever turn, Queen Mars goes from a confident, empowered woman to Picasso in just two videos. Starting at admiring herself in the mirror, to stoically sitting at a table like a center piece, laying next to a goldfish tied to floating balloons, to a favorite: fashionably posing like a Queen glowing in the sun, on a small platform fit just for her. All pointing to the fact that she is the one in control, she is that B!TCH. Whether she is creating her own music video, making abstract symbolic visual art, or just singing with that flawless and powerful voice. Join the 16k viewers in this experiencing this masterpiece!

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RhymSter & Wilhelm Duke On That Boss Sh*t: Monday Majesty

A music video can really make a song, and Wilhelm Duke, teaming up with RhymSter, create what seems like a movie. Now, this hip hop single can stand out on its own with ease, but with the help of Hayward at Beat Box Entertainment, these artists have a cinematic release on their hands. Sounding off with a sinister repeating sound, the beat comes in with some heavy bass, giving off an acid rap vibe with a hint of boss energy. The video itself is a satirical play on RhymSter’s introductory lines, “Never Disrespect, not Between Two Ferns…” referencing the show Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis as a begrudging host and interviewer.

BOSS SHIT has one message, “Roll with the punch… Roll up the blunt… Roll up them cuffs, like a Boss,” repeating in the chorus; give it a listen and it will repeat in your head. Emulating that boss attitude, Wilhelm duke gets suited up in a blue blazer, psyching himself up with confidence, causing trouble and confusion to those in his path, laughing it up with no consequence. RhymSter, who cameo’s as a producer, videographer, blind composer and a clumsy student, takes the position of the artist in interview. The two eventually box in out, back to back spitting verses, taking turns throwing shots. The entertainment value does not stop there, as the video, following the music, features some behind the scenes footage (similarly to RhymSters Music Video with Essse), and an interview snippet as well. All put together, between the cinematic video, the beat and the verses, to creating a whole skit, this is some BOSS SHIT.

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Fafa With A Cinematic Music Video: Monday Majesty

To introduce Monday Majesty, this recent music video release seems to be a perfect first. GIVE ME A MIRACLE, a dance tune by Fafa, is a powerful follow up to RUNNIN, and multilayered in its significance. Her vocal performance is astounding, the visuals are wild and creative, and its meaning and point in time it was conceived creates a mutual connection between us all. The combination of it all makes for a very entertaining and captivating work of art!

Fafa, a Chi-town raised artist from Abu Dhabi currently residing in the UAE, teams up with The BarCoe Studio for a cinematic visual performance. From the choregraphy, to the wardrobe, the visual effects, with the glitching transitions and different mirror reflections, and creativity like filming underwater, to running in the desert; the music video really grabs your attention. The dance beat guides the energy and her vocals perfect it; her lyrics were born of the confusion and uncertainty in the midst of pandemic lockdowns. As if we were waiting on something, as if we cannot take control, GIVE ME A MIRACLE is that reminder we have it within ourselves to move forward and to feel lucky we have the people who will show the light, expressed in a catchy dance beat!

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