I’m not sure if this is any good or not… OK, it’s not. It’s generic and bland and over-produced and designed for the radio and the complacent masses. But just like Donald Trump in the primaries, or a train wreck, you can’t look away. And although the“ Barbie” features a very scantily-clad Levitika (OK, she’s downright nude except for body paint in some scenes) costumed up as a sugar skull, as a Monster High-like doll, as a random , as a nurse zombie, and on and on, my point being that her sexuality has been pushed through the roof despite her statement about the meaning of the song:
The core message of the song is be who you are, be real and don’t let society override your identity. It’s saying that people should be free to be who they are and express themselves in the way that they want to express themselves and that is very important.
Now, I can’t speak to if she’s being herself or not, or pretend to care that I looked any deeper than the press release to know about her, but record labels are notorious for pushing artists to look a certain way, to sound a certain way, and to behave a certain way, and this video seems to contradict everything she says it’s supposed to represent.
Produced by Jeff Blue (Linkin Park, Korn, Limp Bizkit — told you “Zombie Barbie” sounded over-produced), the Australian singer will see her song hit radio airwaves in April.
Check the video out for yourself and leave a comment below.
Rock Hard \m/