DESIRE TO BE A MUSIC VIDEO STAR? MAROON 5 LETS YOU ADD YOURSELF TO THE NEWEST CLIP
Maroon 5 is giving its fans a shot at their very own 15 seconds of fame by letting them use their cell phones to put themselves in the group's music video for the new single Cold.<br />
You finally have the chance, if you’ve ever needed to see yourself in a music video. Because of a partnership with shared media platform Vivoom, devotees of pop group Maroon 5 can use their cellular phones to place themselves in the group’s music video for the newest single Cold.
Making use of your mobile’s camera, you can record a 15-second video of yourself by patting about the create button and going to the group’s site. You can then choose to film yourself or upload a video from your cellphone which will be cut down to 15 seconds.
You will be seen floating in the backdrop of a trippy dance floor scene. Beneath it, a mirror image of the video you shot is at one point as the camera twists and turns.
Once you're done watching your add-on to the music video, you might have an option to share a link to the video on Facebook and Twitter. Your text and can also email the hyperlink to your buddies. Sadly, you are unable to save your brief experience as a music video extra onto your mobile.
Cold is the second single from Maroon 5’s coming sixth studio album. The video debuted online following the band’s performance on Ellen on Wednesday. Following the performance, devotees could experiment with Vivoom’s cooperation and Maroon 5 and insert themselves into the newly released music video.
Artists have been experimenting with new manners to share their latest music videos. Before this month, Grammy Award-winner Chance the Rapper debuted his music video for his song Same Drugs on Facebook Live. More than 30,000 people watched the live-stream of his prerecorded music video.