JAWNY (Johnny Utah) Will Do “Anything You Want”
Johnny Utah decided to rebrand as JAWNY and has dropped his new video for, “Anything You Want.” Since 2017 (after gaining a cult like following online due to viral videos on twitter), JAWNY has released a series of EP’s and singles all varying in styles and moods while retaining the same lo-fi pop roots and love washed lyricism.
He brings some extremely charming vocals in his newest funk-inspired release. The song required a ton of creativity, as it was recorded completely remotely. He decided to ask friends from all around the world to feature strange things laying around their homes as characters to bring an extremely distinctive element to the video. The video features everything from talking towels, dances on desktops, and even an animated fruit salad. Check it out below.
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