While many use music as an escape from the harshness of actuality, Bibi Bourelly does fairly the alternative within the music video for her single "Whitehouse," launched on Dec. 7.
"My father taught me that mendacity hurts not solely these round us, however ourselves," the 24-year-old songstress mentioned in a launch. "It confuses us and everybody round us. My father additionally taught me that when selecting to belief in or consider a person it’s a must to observe what they do earlier than believing what they are saying. I have a look at the grown-ups who’re the representatives of our nation and I don’t consider them."
With 2018 coming to an finish, this 12 months has seen a whirlwind of cringe-worthy occasions. Devastating pure disasters, mistreated kids on the Mexican border, the controversy that surrounded Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and President Donald Trump's function in all of it are a few of society's ongoing points Bourelly highlights in her new video.
"I’m a brown woman, an artist and a poet," she added. "I shut my eyes typically and attempt to hearken to the deepest a part of my coronary heart when issues get scary or really feel improper to listen to what it tells me, like my father taught me to do and that is what got here out."
Watch the complete video for "Whitehouse" beneath.