Sedric Perry Shares New Single ‘It Girl’

US born, Berlin based singer, songwriter and visual artist Sedric Perry shares the official music video for his latest single It Girl, the ultimate hype up anthem everyone needs this summer. 
Out now via Sundae Sauuce, It Girl is a blissful blend of 80s pop and retro-pop/soul elements reminiscent of acts such as Prince and Whitney. It Girl finds the talented artist encouraging listeners to dust off self-doubt and step into authenticity and know "you're the shit!". I am loving the tone of his voice and how it is beautifully backed by groovy guitars, memorable beat and bright synths that together create an overall warm, feel-good atmosphere. 
The accompanying music video, directed by Sedric Perry and Kristine Bogan, is giving sexy, comedy, dance routines, glow ups, and much more. Check it out below!



Speaking of the track, Sedric says, 
Two years ago I was in a really dark place. I’d lost my dad, several family members, and life had shifted in a way I couldn’t make sense of. I had to get to know myself all over again. I’d decided to drop everything else (songwriting sessions, other bands, etc.) and commit to my artistry. It was a lot more challenging than I’d imagined and a lot of demons surfaced. But I decided to keep going anyway. And once I made that decision, it felt like the universe had co-signed it and a wild journey started. One day, Gabe (my producer) and I had met up to finish up another song we’d started, but found ourselves in a really silly mood. I think we’ve always found a safe space in each other, because nothing is off limits when it comes to music. So that day, we didn’t even open the other song, but instead went down a rabbit hole of listening to Prince, Whitney, Vapor Wave, and some crazy shit Gabe had made. Then we started with this guitar riff. I hopped on the mic and started mumbling some melodies. And before we knew it, we had a full song. For me, this era in my life is about not taking things so seriously, life is already hard. I wanted to give myself and anyone who listens permission to be corny, be a little awkward, and be unapologetically unique. Since January, I’ve been singing the hook to myself as a confidence boost, and it really helped with Berlin winter blues, and I can’t wait to share it. It’s an ode to self love and endless love for our community