RL Grime & Daya I Wanna Know Video

RL Grime & Daya Go 90’s in ‘I Wanna Know’ Video

RL Grime and Daya released a girl power themed music video for “I Wanna Know” including retro outfits and a So Cal motel.

In the new music video for “I Wanna Know” by RL Grime featuring Daya, Daya sings in front of an economy Los Angeles motel wearing 90’s inspired street fashions with some dancers.

This kind of interesting because we just reported about another EDM collaboration inspired by growing up in the 90’s, by ROZES x Nicky Romero, in the previous blog. Apparently the 90’s was the best fucking decade in the history of the world ever. Just look at most street fashion blogs.

RL Grime and Daya released the audio for the track last March and garnered millions of plays on YouTube. So they released a music video for it. It was also reported by Billboard.

In the video Daya and the backup dancers where colorful 90’s inspired outfits that look like a cross between Clueless (1995) and the Spice Girls. Note the Buffalo London Classic Platform Sneakers ($200 – $250) inspired the original version that was worn by the Spice Girls in the 90’s. That is a two piece dress suit in robin’s egg blue with narrow Matrix-like sunglasses.

If you’re curious, the Sea Rock Inn is located in central Los Angeles, just west of beautiful Compton, California. It is the perfect motel to stay at while you get your start as a famous actress. Or at least that is what we have learned from every movie about Hollywood ever produced.

Buy “I Wanna Know” by RL Grime featuring Daya from iTunes, or steam and add it to your playlist at Spotify. Catch RL Grime during his residency at Encore/Intrigue in Las Vegas.

These Acne Sunglasses were inspired by 90’s cat eyes from the 60’s. UNIF recently restocked a lot of their spring and summer 2018 collection on their official website.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.