In the new music video for “Be Somebody” by Steve Aoki and Nicky Romero, Kiiara doesn’t need anyone but herself to be successful.
“Cause I’m so impatient, fed up with waiting/ Oh, if you leave me here, I’ll end up suffocating/ I’m in this safe space, this empty hallway/ I can’t be stuck in stationary, like this always/ I don’t need you, ’cause I got me/ I don’t need you for me to be somebody…” sings Kiiara wearing electrical wiring.
Men often accuse women of using them for something, especially in the music industry, even if they don’t have that much. It’s the influence of rap lyrics from the 90’s. In fairy tales the woman marries a prince and he saves her. But if you think about it she can save herself without depending on someone else. And it’s unequal treatment to discriminate against all female artists.
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Kiiara, aka Kiara Saulters from the Chicago area of Illinois, recently partnered with Tinder on a funny video. She goes on a series of blind dates and then decides to stay #SingleNotSorry.
The track is out now via Ultra Music. Stream and/or download “Be Somebody” by Steve Aoki and Nicky Romero featuring Kiiara from your music provider of choice.