Get Ready for the Green Screen Video Series, a New Type of Performance From Spotify

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We’ve always loved seeing an artist’s vision come to life in their music and videos, so we’re bringing the tools and creativity to make it happen with Green Screen, a new video series where artists perform original music in front of a green screen from Spotify Studios in LA. Following filming, the footage is transformed into a stunning video that reflects the artist’s creative vision. 

The six-episode video series kicks off with multimillion-stream singer Troye Sivan, with additional videos from artists NLE Choppa, Asake, Nessa Barrett, Ivan Cornejo, and Tinashe

The videos will be released and playlisted on Spotify’s YouTube channel, with the original audio recording captured during each performance released on Spotify. 

The start of the series goes out to all the Troye Sivan fans who have been eagerly waiting for a music video of Still Got It,” the fan favorite from his third studio album, Something to Give Each Other.

“I wanted to partner with Spotify on Green Screen because it was an exciting opportunity to give life to one of my favorite songs on the album that wasn’t going to be a single,” Troye told For the Record.

Give a listen to Troye’s Spotify Green Screen recording now

The post Get Ready for the Green Screen Video Series, a New Type of Performance From Spotify appeared first on Spotify.

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