"Make Me Like You": The Gwen Stefani video clip that made history

'Make Me Like You' is the second presentation single from Gwen Stefani's upcoming album

'Make Me Like You' is the second debut single from Gwen Stefani's upcoming album, 'This Is What The Truth Feels Like', his third solo work, which appears almost ten years after his previous album, 'The Sweet Scape' (December 2006). With 'Make Me Like You' we went from the most absolute drama that was the first single, 'Used To Love You', to letting ourselves be carried away by the good vibes of a pampering Gwen Stefani with a very catchy danceable pop song.

'Make Me Like You' was recorded under the direction of Sophie Muller, a regular contributor to Gwen Stefani and No Doubt.

Recording video clips is one more step in promoting any self-respecting artist. Some resort to simple scenes with intimate settings, others hire well-known film directors to present their songs, and others even become «Minipelis», But Gwen Stefani was the first to record a video clip during a break from the Grammy Awards, at full speed and with a most striking result.

Under the direction of Sophie Muller, who has been working with her for years since her No Doubt stage, Gwen Stefani shot in what she called "The fastest four minutes of his life" a video clip loaded with dancers and costume and scene changes that were measured to the millimeter. This video clip, by the way, has finished confirming how well his relationship with Blake Shelton, whose name appears in one of the scenes of the clip, is going.

In an interview for Billboard, Sophie Muller acknowledged "To be scared to death" before starting the recording of the video clip: "This has been the most intense thing I have done in life, without a doubt". But the tremendous teamwork carried out during the recording gave the expected result: 4 minutes of recording and 45 minutes of hugs and photos with the 250 people who participated in the recording.

'This Is What The Truth Feels Like' will go on sale on March 18.

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