Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso Featuring Florida Georgia Line & Watt - Let Me Go (Personal Collection)

28 October Critic Jonni 0 Comments


Let Me Go (feat. Florida Georgia Line & watt) [Personal Collection] - Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso |

Well, I hadn't planned on writing about this "Personal Collection" music video for this song, but I actually don't have time to be choosy as I am 14 days behind on my blog, and if I don't start to attempt to catch up, I never am going to. I have back-dated this review like I have been doing with my previous ones. This track is another addicting track and sees quite the collaboration come together. The music video could be better though but it's not all bad. Watch this Personal Collection music video that shows everyone having a great day for Hailee Steinfeld & Alesso's track "Let Me Go" featuring Florida Georgia Line & Watt.

Hailee Steinfeld came to our attention when she starred in Pitch Perfect 2. That film has literally kickstarted her career and she has gone on to do amazingly. I'm still loving "Most Girls", it's such a great song and music video. I expect an album is on its way, as she has already dropped an EP. This sees her collaborate with Swedish DJ, Alesso, real name Alessandro Lindblad, who is one of the top DJs in the world. He brings out amazing hits that we all love and is definitely expanding his career. There are two features on this track, Florida Georgia Line and Watt. The former is a two-piece country band consisting of Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. They went viral with their debut song "Cruise" which did amazingly in the country charts. They continue to send out country waves with their music and it is really working as they establish their name in the country music industry. The latter, Watt, real name Andrew Watt, is an American musician and songwriter. He has certainly written a lot of songs we all know and love. It's time for him to now become known as an artist himself, and I look forward to seeing where his career takes him. This song was written by Alexandra Tamposi, Andrew Wotman, Brian Lee, Alessandro Lindblad, and Jamie Lindell.

Directed by Erik Lauer, this Personal Collection music video definitely stands out over other music videos we've seen before. Yet, the concept and the theme isn't something new and it does fail to capture the audience because we've seen it all before.

The idea takes us back to Cloverfield and certainly transports us into the music video. It also manages to show a genuine side to Hailee Steinfeld throughout. However, there isn't an established connection to the song, and it just feels like they took random video clips of their day.

I'm not going to lie, this does make me a bit jealous. I wish I had the money, the time, and the weather to just hang out with my friends and have a fun time. Instead, I'm fighting for a career, applying for jobs, and rarely seeing my friends.

Overall, this music video isn't half bad, it's just not that good either. The amount of times we've watch stars have a good time together is lengthy, and this isn't anything new. The only difference is that the camera transports the viewers into the visual as if we're there watching everything unfold, however we have seen this a few times before.
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