Today, my friend made me watch the music video of Hilary Duff‘s Sparks. When it comes to certain music, I tend to only listen to the audio rather than watching the MV. For me, American music videos tend to just show the same thing over and over, it kinda gets boring. Well except for Sia, Ed Sheeran etc. but I think you get the idea.
First of all, according to several sources, Sparks, from the fifth album: Breathe In, Breathe Out, was written and produced by Christian “Bloodshy” Karlsson and Peter Thomas along with the help of Ebba Tove Elsa Nilsson and Sam Shrieve, and co-production from Svidden. The song was released April 7, 2015 by RCA Records, third single of the album.
Hilary Duff came out with All About You and Chasing the Sun last year, and I really enjoyed them. But now with her new catchy pop song, Sparks, I felt like she really did it this time. She was dancing, singing and hanging out with her girls. For those who didn’t know, there are actually two music videos for her song, Sparks. The first video below is the original one.
Then, there’s the second music video that was “demanded” by fans who wanted to see the full MV without the whole Tinder stuff. I honestly prefer this version, since you get to see the full video with the dance as well as getting the chance to hear the words of the song more than in the original. My friend didn’t like the song at all but she did love the MV since it screamed K-Pop and I have to agree with her. I did get the whole K-Pop vibes while watching it. I really love the new look, she be rocking that blue-green kinda silver hair or is it grey and doing ’em choreographed moves. I love it!!
Also for those who don’t know what Tinder is, let me educate you a little. Tinder is a dating app that allows its user to interact with their matches. Tinder was created by Joe Munoz, Whitney Wolfe, Justin Mateen, Sean Rad, Chris Gylczynski and Jonathan Badeen and was released on September 12, 2012.
If you want in depth information about the app, feel free to do your own research people. Also, no i don’t use the app (ha-ha).