Riva takes cues from the early 90’s for the song and video, drawing on house music culture of the time. The Latvian star tells wiwibloggs that he wanted to capture an era of “good times”. The video is very easy on the eyes, featuring fashion models and a cameo from Real O, a Ukrainian girl group managed by the superstar Natalia Mogilyevskaya. Arthur Dennys, a prominent Ukrainian production team, produced the track. The video may give you “Take Me Down” vibes: once again Riva has called on Alan Badoev to serve as visual director. This video was clearly very expensive — and it oozes polish and glam as a result.
At times the high fashion video resembles a GAP commercial, but it carries a powerful message. The video encourages every girl to look in the mirror and reflect on what she sees. Riva believes that will reassure many about their beauty. Markus, I ain’t a teenage girl, but Ima grab my mirror right now!
As you’d expect, Riva works all his camera angles to perfection. He’s had a lot of practice, as he routinely posts sizzling images to his 98,000 Instagram followers.
Oh, happy day! 15/05/2009 I released my first CD “Believe”. 15/05/2015 We just finished music video shooting for my latest single #krasivasilno ft @arthurdennys ! Believe in your dreams! Music & Art is such a wonderful gift in this world! I am so thankful to work with the most talented director @alanbadoev & his wonderful team! Thank you so much! ?? @ianamazana @dikol @sonya_soltes @helengadjilova @mariyamelnyk @sabina03_91 @missrubtsova @sando_sandro & ??? ??? ???! ? ???? ??? ???????? ?????? ?????? ??????! Paldies!
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