Dreamy sensual vocals and psychedelic visuals
Pop sensation Neela is back with the video to her debut single, "Tripped Up". Originally from Toronto, Neela was spotted by renowned producer Beatchild at a local gig, where they immediately hit things off and began working on her upcoming EP Lovers in Danger. The single is the first collaboration between the two to be released, and the accompanying video brings the track's glossy production, melodic beats, and lyricism to life.
The video immediately reveals Neela's elegant allure, with gleaming visual effects, dazzling choreography, and picturesque shots of city life. The recurring psychedelic visuals give the video a phantasmagoric impact that supplements the dreamy, sensual vocals of the track. The beat rounds out and balances the seamless choreography carried out by Neela and her dancers, imbuing the images with cool stylishness. Shots of dance interspersed with shots of the city and nightlife, give listeners a glimpse into Neela's opulent lifestyle, while simultaneously making them want to hit up the nearest club to dance the night away.
Neela's velvety smooth voice infuses the tune with simmering, whispering eroticism roasting with suggestive seduction.
"Tripped Up" is an auspicious debut that establishes Neela as a pop force to be reckoned with. The video's striking flowing images allow Neela to strut her stuff on the crest of a pulsating, contagious rhythm.
Randy Radic is a Left Coast author and writer. Author of numerous true crime books written under the pen-name of John Lee Brook. Former music contributor at Huff Post.