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Premiere: Gianna Gianna's 'Crown' Video Celebrates Your Inner Femme Goddess


"Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown." 

"I've got what it takes to fulfill your fantasies," promises a woman in the opening of Gianna Gianna's "Crown" music video, followed by various clips of other women wearing matching paper crowns. "Follow me," she says. "L-U-V Me, please," another pleads. As sparse lo-fi percussion begins to surge, the women are shown as a group--some sucking lollipops and others twirling their hair.

"This video features power femmes of diverse ethnicities, sexualities and gender identities," Gianna Gianna told OUT, speaking to her inclusive cast of artists like Parker Day and Penelope Gazin. "The human condition is that of an oppressive one, unfortunately. Given this present state, it is now more important than ever to scream, dance [and] create in authentic, unabashed self-expression. Power to the femme that resides in us all: Feed her, nurture her [and] celebrate her proudly."

Gianni Gianni's song echoes the video treatment with lyrics speaking to ideals society projects onto women and breathing life into the phrase, "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown." She said the intention of the video is to "shed light on this concept and display a new perspective, giving it a literal and heavy aesthetic, visceral interpretation on subconcious, cyclical opressive behaviors in relationships, government and society."

Watch the OUT premiere of Gianna Gianna's "Crown" video, below.

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