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LGBTIQ Discrimination Video Breaks The Internet

This Australian music video focuses on real-life stories of LGBTIQ discrimination.


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Australia’s Greg Gould has broken the internet with the release of his first independent short film music video #dontletgo.

Set to the reworking of En Vogue’s classic 90’s hit, Don’t Let Go (Love), this video is touching hearts all over the world.

The video gained more than 1 million views in the first 24 hours with 20k shares and thousands of heart-wrenching and inspiring comments about how Greg’s new clip has had an incredible impact on the entire community.

Known as the runner up for Australia’s Got Talent, Greg’s unique 5 octave vocal range and fresh take on one of the most iconic R&B song’s of the 90’s packs a punch into this radio-ready smash.

Soaring soulful vocals and dance floor dominating beats combine as Greg brings a refreshing energy to a song already so well respected, making it his own. Gould serves up an incredible vocal performance that hits right in the sweet spot.

This is an impressive statement for an independent artist. The impressive body of work, including his debut EP, sets the bar high with style, charisma and vulnerability heard in the style of Adele, Sam Smith, and Bruno Mars, Greg’s biggest influences.

Check out the short film music video for #DontLetGo now!

 
#DontLetGo - Greg Gould

Please WATCH + SHARE this short film music video. Download Greg Gould's #DontLetGo EP here: http://tinyurl.com/j4edq65 Based on actual events. Together we can make our world a more equal place to love + live in...

Posted by Greg Gould on Thursday, 9 February 2017

 

Don’t Let Go EP is now available on iTunes  

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