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Dawn Richard Releases 3D, Alt-Reality Films

Dawn Richard

Float inside D∆WN's ethereal world. 

DWN (Dawn Richard) has taken quite a journey over the course of her career, first rising to prominence as part of the iconic pop group Danity Kane before embarking on a solo career that's spawned three critically-acclaimed albums. Now, she's released an interactive, multidimensional art film as the music video for "Lazarus" and "Love Under Lights," off her color- and gender-blind album, Redemption.

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Speaking to the video direction, DWN said "Lazarus" is "about the rebirth and rise of my movement. So many times the underdogs get slept on and overstepped. 'Lazarus' speaks to those who get overlooked. 'Love Under Lights' is about loving without prejudice. The verses speak on straight relationships, same sex relationships and self love. It's about loving out loud instead of hidden in the dark or secretly because of society's opinion."

The visual begins with a single, extended shot of Richard dancing her heart out, floating in an ethereal, 3D void that responds to mouse clicks. From there, it develops into an amorphous world that shifts and changes based on the movement of your cursor--trippy, but very DWN.

Preview a clip, below, and head to for the full experience:

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