The pocket square, bright bold socks and plenty of selfies are some of the ‘hipster’ qualities highlighted in singer Alex Boye’s most recent music video.
The entertainer and member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is known for Africanizing his music. His latest music video features his original song, “African Hipster,” with lyrics that mention some of the world’s most well-known African celebrities and influential people.
“‘African Hipster’ is Alex Boye’s fun tribute to the pride of Africa and it’s worldwide influence,” Boye wrote before the video.
The video, filmed at Rays’ Barber Shop in Salt Lake City, Utah, was later posted to YouTube on Jan. 6, where it quickly garnered more than 3,000 views.
The video includes professional Utah-based dancers, a Taylor Swift lookalike named Keitra Jane Caloway and KSL Studio 5 host, Brooke Walker where the video first debuted.
Although Boye didn’t have the success he’d hoped for this summer on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” and the British reality show, “The X Factor,” he is expected to play the role of a heavenly messenger in the upcoming “Saturday Warrior” motion picture reboot.