Selena Gomez & Marshmello Releases Vertical Music Video For “Wolves”

It’s the collaboration we’ve loved since we first heard it. We’ve been waiting for a music video; yet, Selena Gomez and Marshmello has surprised us with something new and different. They recently dropped a vertical music video for the song “Wolves“.

We previously reviewed the song upon its release a few days ago. Now, this vertical music video is something we weren’t expecting. It really shows Selena Gomez off as a really genuine person. We can’t stop watching this purely because she reminds us of ourselves. How many times have we all danced around rooms in the house when people aren’t looking? That’s exactly what Selena Gomez does in this video.

The song itself was composed by Selena Gomez, Marshmello, Andrew Wotman, Alexandra Tamposi, Brian D. Lee, Louis Bell, and Carl Rosen; whilst the music video was directed by Harry McNally. The video is vertical so that viewers can watch on the Spotify Mobile App, which is what she also did for the song “Bad Liar”.

Watch The “Wolves” Vertical Music Video By Selena Gomez & Marshmello Here:

The video opens with a message conversation between the two artists. They discuss that they need to release a music video. It’s clear that the vertical music video idea starts there and then, with Selena Gomez spontaneously deciding to do a video call with Marshmello and record herself dancing around her home.

She is wearing a silk pink robe and her hair is wet – can this get any more genuine? She’s flirtatious throughout as she video calls Marshmello. We not only see her gorgeous self, but also the amazing house she is living in, with the incredible views, furnishings, and structure of the house. Throughout, the anonymous DJ Marshmello can be seen bobbing and grooving to the beat in the top right corner.

What do you make of the vertical music video for Selena Gomez & Marshmello’s track “Wolves”? Let us know on Twitter @CelebMix.

Written by Jonathan Currinn

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