We want to strap on our dancing shoes and jive to this beat, RIGHT NOW!!
This music video advertisement (muvidment?) for Hoss Intropia features one of our fave female musicians (and super model!) Florrie, plus, the vid also explores a pretty interesting music/imaging layer concept.
Drummer Florrie begins the set, shortly followed by Keyboardist Florrie. Loungin' record-listening Florrie then switches up the rhythm, and Florrie just being Florrie rounds the show out as she jiggles to the catchy beat while getting ready for
Like the similarly-named Florence & The Machine, drummer turned solo artist Florrie is hard to pigeonhole.
Produced by and signed to Xenomania, the brilliant songwriting and production team behind all of Girls Aloud's hits, Florrie's music doesn't easily fit into just one genre. And, for lack of a better description, it's just damn cool!
We've been listening her A LOT since we first posted about her earlier this summer.
Check out another song of hers we really love, Give Me Your Love, above!
April Ryan, the Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, asked Spicer how the White House plans to "revamp its image" after two months of divisive policies and persistent reports of Trump's connection to Russia.
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Spicer interrupted Ryan's question to unleash a cued-up tirade, barking: