Internet personality Daisy Lopez, also known as viral online seller Madame Inutz, has officially released the highly anticipated music video for her debut song titled “Inutil”, composed by Ryan Soto.
The official clip was posted to his YouTube channel on September 23. In the clip, Madame Inutz stunned Internet users with her fashionista looks in her trendy clip. This video reminded netizens of Lady Gaga although Madame Inutz is a huge fan of Miley Cyrus. Now that she is officially a recording artist, her hoarse voice is perfect for novelty, rap, hip hop or the rock genre “Tunog Kalye”, as are the Pinoy singers who were known for their own styles like Aegis. , Sampaguita or Up Dharma Down. Madame Inutz cites Aegis and Miley Cyrus as musical influences. Her singing inspirations are Janine Berdin, Cardi B and Nikki Minaj. Madame Inutz couldn’t be more grateful to Wilbert Tolentino, her manager, for giving her the great luck and incredible opportunity that not everyone can have, especially at her age.
“There are a lot more younger and talented aspiring singers out there, but here I am releasing my first single,” she said in Tagalog. Tolentino has many plans for Mrs. Inutz whom he described as “very hardworking, responsible and listens attentively to all her advice and instructions”. He plans to make her the official brand ambassador of online sellers and he wanted her to learn more about entrepreneurship so that she could invest and grow her business while heading into the industry. entertainment. ‘Useless’ is now available through Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, Tidal, Vevo, Tiktok, Youtube Music, Beatport, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitch, Shazam, iTunes, Facebook, iTunesRadio and other music streaming sites in line. For inquiries and product approval call 09175INUTIL / 09175468845 or email [email protected]
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