Official Music Video Released For Catchy LGBT Single ‘Hot For Women’
The video features Brisbane gay community’s most prominent ambassadors.
Brisbane Singer Miss Natalie launched the official music video for her debut single "Hot for Women" at the Zuri Bar in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley at the end of September.
Feature performances for the event included some of Brisbane’s finest burlesque dancers and drag queens, as well as Miss Natalie herself, who wowed the audience with covers of “Do It Like A Dude”, “Worth It”, “Me Too” & “Dangerous Woman”.
The highlight of the evening was the first ever screening of Miss Natalie’s "Hot for Women" video which was shot in one day during May at the Zuri Bar. The video embraces a vibrant, colorful theme in line with the song’s engaging upbeat R&B/pop style.
“I wanted to create a fun, colourful and classy gay pride video clip that portrays all kinds of different people in the gay community, to show that gay girls don’t have to look like a particular stereotype. Whether that’s drag queens, gay, bi or lesbian women...the video is all about people embracing who they are no matter what that is.” Miss Natalie told news.com.au.
Following up from her recent performance at Brisbane Pride’s Fair Day, Miss Natalie is also set to perform "Hot for Women" at this year’s Glitter Festival on the Gold Coast, on October 7th as part of the Up Late at the Glitter Club line-up.
Check out the music video below.
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