MkX Releases “Fall” Music Video

Inspired by the era of HitClips, frosted tips, boybands, and Britney, emerging pop powerhouse MkX has released the retro-futuristic video for his latest single “Fall.” CLICK HERE to watch the video of the escapist pop bop which wrestles with the feeling of falling in love and pays homage to the larger than life, CGI-drenched videos of the 90s and early 2000s.

“I wanted to take the imagery that was in my head when I wrote this record and bring it to life,” says MkX on the video. “The song is an homage to late 90s/early 00s pop music, so the imagery that came to mind was also in that vein. I put all of my ideas on paper, organized a bunch of outfits, set up my tripod and blue screen, and made my vision come to life! I filmed the entire video myself at home during the quarantine and edited the whole thing on my laptop. So, whoever watches this video really gets to take a trip inside my crazy mind.”

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