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Vietnamese dance music DJ and producer Hoaprox , real name Nguyen Thai Hoa, has just gained another milestone in his career with his latest two pieces of work. The song combines EDM with a traditional Vietnamese instrument called a Sao Meo and has brought the artist a lot of attention. The video uses animations to create a futuristic natural space that magnifies the chemistry of mixing new with old, just like his music. Watch the video below. The song also marks a return from Jack, who was absent from the music scene for a couple of months and is also the first time for Hoaprox collaborates with the pop singer and rapper. The music video was released on March 10 and quickly became the number one trending video on YouTube Vietnam within a day after amassing more than 35 million views.
A new Harry Styles era is upon us, and so far it has all the aesthetic allure of a Euphoria party. Early on Friday, Styles released the first new music since his self-titled debut album in , giving fans a first look at what he has in store for this next HS2 chapter. Styles opted out of his classic floral suit and puppies combo with "Lights Up," essentially throwing a bisexual rager near the beach and dramatically riding off on the back of a motorcycle. The song itself is an anthem for accepting who you are, now and forever. The video adds to the sexy minimalism of the track's instrumental makeup; people of all genders dance and grind on the singer, who appears to be woozy yet happy in his place at the center of the celebration. Styles' fans can't get over the fact that the video's release coincided with National Coming Out Day. Previously, fans have speculated about the singer's sexuality when lyrics to unreleased song "Medicine" referenced messing around with both boys and girls. Whether the empowering lyrics and near-naked, sexually-fluid video for "Lights Up" are meant as a nod to his own sexuality, Bisexual Twitter has claimed this song as its new anthem. Allison Stubblebine.