Pop starlet Ellapaige unveils the thought-provoking video for her anti-bullying dance tune 'Made You Look'; the lead single from her debut EP of the same name which also features a collaboration track with Tinchy Stryder.
The video kicks off with a message about cyberbullying among teens and how it has tripled the risk of suicide among young adults. Throughout the clip, we see screenshots of various abusive messages that have been posted via Twitter to Ella herself, usually in regards to the colour of her skin. Several news headlines also appear on screen sporadically about various incidents that have occurred due to cyberbullying. She hits back by glamming up and showing off all the flags that represent the heritage that she's proud of as she sings, 'Take a picture it'll last longer!' to all her haters. It's an upbeat track that is likely to secure itself a spot on many teenagers' playlists due to its cultural relevance and uplifting melody.
EllaPaige is finally breaking through the pop scene having been surrounded by showbiz all her life. With her immediate family involved in various areas of the music industry, she has found herself attending the Royal Ballet School and Sylvia Young's night school, appearing in several music videos and even working as a stylist backstage on 'The X Factor'.
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