Pink has released the music video for her much anticipated comeback single ‘What About Us’.
The politically charged clip, directed by Georgia Hudson, opens to the sound of people chanting, protesting against racism and police brutality.
Amidst the noise, the audio of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s key-note speech at the Republican National Convention can be heard.
As helicopter lights blast down onto deserted streets, people from all different walks of life are seen looking isolated, dejected and emotional.
Throughout, the sound of a mans voice can be heard saying:
“We are going to reject hate!
We are going to reject racism!”
As the opening bars of the song begin, Pink and her dancers perform RJ Durell and Nick Florez (of The Goldenboyz) emotive choreography with genuine passion and finesse.
Watch P!nk’s new music video ‘What About Us’ below:
‘What About Us’ is the lead single from Pink’s seventh studio album ‘Beautiful Trauma’, which is set to be released on October 13th.
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