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Thursday, 05 March 2020

INDICA - Hollywood on Fire

Before he was known as INDICA, he was known at his highschool for being the all-star varsity player and although it seemed Football was his calling, he had a deeper passion for music.  Born and raised in Washington D.C, INDICA has found a way to catch his fans attention through his aesthetics and sound! INDICA may be considered “Indie and Underground” but he is paving his way into the mainstream platform! 

His most latest single “Hollywood on Fire” has over 33K streams on Spotify, and if you haven’t checked the music video, you have to! To start off, INDICA directed this one and like all his other music videos, you are visually greated with a black and white theme and the occasional visual distortion. The music video starts off with a news broadcast on how the fires and smoke are reaching Hollywood Mansions and Movie Studios! The opening of the video highlights the Hollywood Hills and then focuses on two individuals wearing ski masks and driving a maserati. As the video continues, INDICA highlights the flaws of Hollywood and really sets the tone of what he is really trying to say. The Pre-Chorus says it all, “Where we come to sin yeah, Where evil begins, Where people pretend!”. If you haven’t checked his latest single, do it now! And if you are in LA, INDICA will be playing the Hunnypot Live at The Mint party April 13th.

Written by Elsie Hernandez 

 

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