Gwen Stefani Films And Premieres New Video Live At The Grammys | Music News
Gwen Stefani made history on Monday night, when she filmed and broadcast her new video for “Make Me Like You” live during a four-minute break at the Grammy Awards. Stefani became the first ever artist to debut an official music video live on stage, and the outcome was brilliant.
The clip was directed by Sophie Muller and sponsored by Target, which was clearly involved in the amazing aesthetics of the visual. The song is believed to be about Stefani’s new boyfriend (after her split from ex-husband Gavin Rossdale), Blake Shelton.
“Make Me Like You” sounds fresh and fun, while the video’s extra-pop and playful concept could take you back to the ‘60s and the ‘80s or at least the more recent ‘00s, when bright colours were prominent in music videos. All nostalgic references aside, Stefani is once again ahead of her time and no divorce can bring her down!
Gwen Stefani’s new album, This Is What the Truth Feels Like, is due for release on March 18. Check out the clip for “Make Me Like You” below:
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