Lourdes Leon Hits High Notes Singing in Y2K Style

Design symbol Lourdes Leon has added artist to her considerable rundown of gifts, on account of the effective arrival of her introduction melody "Lock&Key."

The music video, delivered today on YouTube, saw Leon dashing down city roads in chic wear, presenting in burial grounds and on sea shores under the stage name Lolahol.

The video opens on a gleaming box in a dull space before rapidly progressing into Leon strolling her canine in a rural region in all-dark streetwear.

Presenting on a dark scaled down van, Leon flaunted her outfit that highlighted loose jeans and a curiously large realistic tee.

Decorating generously with silver thick rings, cross hoops, sleeves, and a lock chain jewelry.

Albeit the scene is brief, Leon flaunts dark thick tennis shoes dappled with jewels that are dashed up rather than bound.

Moving before a pink shade foundation, the model moves to a burial ground where she spent time with a companion, resting on him and looking longingly into the camera's focal point.

After some grand symbolism of the graveyard, night fell with the vocalist presently dressed head to toe in a silver little dress with striking patterns.

The shimmering number highlighted a hood, which the little girl of Madonna wore on her head, and a trying plunging neck area.

The shimmering number highlighted a hood, which the little girl of Madonna wore on her head, and a trying plunging neck area.

RM: Pop Star and Art Enthusiast

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