ROAR. The sound wild felines make to petrify enemies, if not to show their dominance or power.
I watched the latest music video of pop singer Katy Perry. Called “Roar,” the music video not only displays great props and Katy’s artistry, it carries an audible message too.
The video storyline shows Perry and an unnamed companion surviving a plane crash.
They’re the only survivors. An obvious narcissist, her companion takes “selfies” to show the world he survived the crash. He even made Perry his personal assistant.
Too bad the fellow was devoured by a predator that was quietly observing them.
As the video progresses, Perry transforms from the bewildered, unorganized survivor into a perfect Amazon who loves the evergreen world she’s found herself in.
Slowly, she faces her biggest nemesis, the tiger, and she unleashes her “roar,” signifying her strength to conquer all her fears and weaknesses, that no matter what, she’ll never be pushed to the ground.
The song suggests that everyone possesses the courage to fight what’s holding them back, that anyone can conquer their own “tigers.”
Her message is loud and clear: we need to hear our inner strength to tame that tiger and break free.
Once again, Katy Perry’s song touches the lives of people with different backgrounds at different levels.
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