If, like Mitt Romney once said, corporations are people, then why can't one make a music video?
Well, that's exactly what LIV just did. Miami's most successful nightclub has released a three-and-a-half minute music video that is both a thoughtful critique of social injustice as well as an avant-garde study in cutting-edge cinematography.
Just kidding. It's about titties, son. Some other stuff too, but definitely titties.
The song is called "We LIV Every Night," and it's basically the opposite of your high school experience. Rapping on the track is LIV employee Jimmy Greenup. The song was produced by Miami duo MIA Bounce, and the video was directed by Buster Cox.
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Well, why the hell not? LIV is the most successful club
"We LIV Every Night" is part commercial and part victory dance. Do we get angry when Victor Cruz does his sassy little salsa in the end zone after catching a touchdown? No. We watch sullenly before returning to our chicken wings.
And so we will now watch Jimmy Greenup, who looks suspiciously like the guy your ex-girlfriend dates right after you, rub it in our faces.