Sam Bruno Throws a ’90s Party in ‘Tip Of My Tongue': Video Premiere
Sam Bruno delivers saccharine, moody pop with maximum club potential on "Tip Of My Tongue," so it's no wonder the video for the single plays like a total party.
Influenced heavily by Spice Girls-era hip hop/pop fashion and motifs, the rising Phoenix artist (no, seriously—she hails from the city in Arizona) has got '90s swagger on lock in the colorful clip, rocking crop tops and gold jewelry like nobody's business as she sways to the beat.
"This was the first music video that my team and I had complete creative control of from start to finish. From co-writing and co-directing—along with the incredible director Sasha Samsonova—to editing, I was hands on through the whole process," Sam tells us about making the video for the sensual, sugary jam.
"I visually wanted to stay true to the '90s, while being sporty, sensual and fun," she adds.
Mission accomplished. Watch up top.
In 2015, the singer-songwriter debuted her wanderlust-inspired electro-pop anthem, "Search Party," off the Paper Towns soundtrack. Back in 2012, she worked with Kanye West on co-writing his, Big Sean and 2 Chainz' "The One," a track off his GOOD Music Cruel Summer compilation album, and has been working in the studio with artists like Britney Spears, GTA and Skrillex since.
Our point? It's only a matter of time before Sam Bruno's name is rolling off the tip of your tongue, too.
The Alt-Girls of Pop: