New York, NY â€“ Singer Whitney Woerz has premiered the official video for her latest single, â€œLove Me Not.â€ The singleâ€™s lyric video, which was released this summer, debuted at No. 14 on the YouTube Top Music Videos Chart and has received a staggering 43 million views. The official video depicts a housewife in 1940s garb running stereotypical errands – worried about what the future of society may mean for her â€œtraditionalâ€ outlook on life. In light of this, the housewife attempts to puppeteer a modern day version of herself, but her modern day incarnation breaks free from the strings of the old society – highlighting the beauty and strength in paving your own way.Â View the video here: https://youtu.be/RpVmYVeDmGE The song is now available to stream all digital platforms: iTunes // Spotify // Amazon
â€œWhen making the video for â€œLove Me Notâ€ I wanted to play with the age old stereotype that women belong in the kitchen.Â By taking a 40s housewife and having her literally pull the strings of a modern woman, we made it clear that the old stereotypes are ridiculous.Â I think that by having the modern woman break free and do things her own way, weâ€™ve captured the feeling of empowerment that comes with not subscribing to the way society tells women they have to be.â€
Last year, Whitney experienced viral success with her single â€œIdea of Her.â€ The official video for the song has received over 21 million views, has been in rotation on Sirius XMâ€™s The Pulse, and charted in the top 40 on the Mediabase Published Hot AC Chart and Billboard Adult Top 40 Chart.
Whitney has quickly become a voice for her generation whose deep connection to her fans has made a profound impact as proven by her over 120 million views on YouTube. Her strength as a songwriter stems from her ability to poignantly and accurately depict a multitude of relevant teenage issues. She is a teen ambassador for Glenn Closeâ€™s non-profit organization, Bring Change 2 Mind and has made a commitment to share a portion of her profits with the organization.
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