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Miss Tati Turns an Empty Swimming Pool Into the Perfect Dance Floor in 'Again and Again'

Portuguese-Angolan singer Miss Tati and her dancers take over a huge empty pool in the new music video for “Again and Again.”

Miss Tati and her dancers take over a huge empty pool in the new music video for “Again and Again.”


The Portuguese-Angolan singer mentions that her house single is “about being both restless and hopeful – but also quite predictable. Like when you waste hours getting ready for a night out, meanwhile thinking that tonight – tonight is THE night – only, once again, to end up at home with a take away hot dog in your bag as company.”

“Again and Again” comes to live in this new clip with the aide of choreographers Hugo Marmelada and Liliana Palanca, who twist and shake out some incredible moves that transform the the bottom of a drained pool into a surprisingly suitable dance floor.

Watch our premiere of the SJAU and Kieran Kolle-directed music video above.

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Interview: Ranks ATM Makes ‘Substance Music’

South African hip-hop artist Ranks ATM on his latest EP 'Substance Music', working with Riky Rick and his crew African Trap Movement's new chapter.

Ranks ATM demands to be taken seriously. With every successive release, listeners are bound to pick up on both his personal and artistic growth. His latest EP, Substance Music, released towards the end of 2020, is an honest body of work that sees the artist divulge some aspects of his life while remaining playful and entertaining.

Young2unn, who produced a majority of the project, gave Ranks ATM beats that primarily consist of keys and strings cushioned by atmospheric pads and ethereal vocal samples panned for effect. The music is soulful enough for Ranks to tell his story and gritty enough to maintain his street aesthetic.

On Substance Music, the artist strikes the balance between playful banter and poignant expression of emotions. It's what makes his raps believable in general—he presents himself as a complete human who feels pain at times but also feels himself. Songs such as "Die For Me" and "How Could It Be" are laced with specific details that could have only been extracted from his life experiences, for instance, on the former, he raps, "You cheated on me with a gym freak, you did me dirty."

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