The intersection between music and fashion continues its prevalence stepping into 2017; many fashion designers utilizing icons in and out of the industry to push their products and clothing ideas, many artists using fashion as a gateway into a sphere where the creative and restless can further admire and build upon their sonics. Additionally, both fields have been used as mediums where messages and concepts can be pushed and emphasized via deeper, sometimes more ambiguous depictions. From feminism to race relations to gender identities- the largest intersectionality between the two fields is most certainly the end goals of creating some sort of aesthetic, vibe, or essence.
Chris Porter remains prominently involved in delivering music that can easily accompany the footsteps of a runway model, with the two culminating into an inexpressible aesthetic. The visual for “Catwalk Killer” features this exact idea, with Porter shown in Columbia with cuts of models strutting about.
Chris Porter spoke with RESPECT. about his fears, fashion, and collaborating with Pitbull.
RESPECT.: What are you afraid of?
Within the coming weeks I’m releasing my new single “Look at me Dance”. I have a crazy campaign attached to it and I can’t wait to hit the red button and let it ring off. Just making the final touches and then it’s game time.
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