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Music Video Alert: KeKe Palmer ( @KekePalmer ) - Dance Alone




So yall loved the behind The Scenes post huh? Well now we have the Official video for Dance Alone by Keke Palmer and WE LOVE IT. She is definitely moving full throttle with her music and we love that she is staying KEKE. Can mos def see this creeping up the 106th and park countdown.

Here is how she describes "Dance Alone" in her BTS vid:
“The song is saying I’m trying to get this guy, I don’t want to dance alone, come dance with me,” explained Keke. “It has a bit of an influence of ‘The Way You Make Me Feel’ by Michael Jackson. The song has a very masculine feel to it, so I thought it was important to capture that visually in my dance moves and in the way that I look, yet still finding a way to be feminine. It’s me chasing this guy who isn’t totally feeling me, so it’s kind of like I’m trying to feel him out and show him how I am to get him to come dance with me.”



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