Pabllo Vittar and Rina Sawayama Do It Again
Pabllo Vittar, one of the biggest names in alternative pop, joins forces with another on her latest single “Follow Me.” The Brazilian singer, activist, and model recruits UK’s Rina Sawayama on her latest bangin’ single. Additionally, “Follow Me” marks the start of Vittar’s new era for her fifth studio album. In a press release, Vittar says, “I’m so excited to release this song with Rina — she is such an icon and I’m so pleased we managed to make this song work as it’s the perfect combination of our music styles.”
In 2020 Vittar first collaborated with Sawayama on a Brabo remix of “Comme Des Garçons. ” The track was later featured on the deluxe version of SAWAYAMA. The two create harmony together, as demonstrated in their first single. They have voices that complement one another, and styles that lend to similar energetic audiences.
A Song Made For A Night Out
Borrowing from themes of fierceness, nerve, and confidence also found in their first collaboration, “Follow Me” is an anthem for serving. A sound Vittar effortlessly delivers, the track is an alternative Brazilian dance-pop track made for nights at a ball or a light-filled dance floor. In the pre-chorus Vittar gives you a lesson in feeling yourself. Then, in the chorus, you feel what she means. In it, bouncing bass and oversaturated vocals turn the song into a playground for serving face and working all your angles. In Sawayama’s verse, she only elevates the energy and delivers with a tone comparable to Dua Lipa. Eventually, the outro culminates into a grand overlay of vocal ad-libs from the two, and a full-throttle overload of production. In all, creating a club-ready anthem purposefully made to check all the boxes of what makes a good dance-pop track.
The Music Video Gets Even More Slay
Then, in the music video, the two show you what they mean by “Walk ‘cross the floor, Naomi Campbell.” Pabllo Vittar says, “Shooting the video was so much fun as well, wearing iconic outfits, and strutting our stuff on the runway! SERVE!” about the video. True to the song, the two deliver sex, dancing, and face throughout the look-heavy video. Keeping true to the songs lyrical material.