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Barrett Crake ‘You Got Me Like’ : Reflection in his art and each song is designed to convey that sense of healing to his fans.

Barrett Crake

‘You Got Me Like’ is a danceable electropop track that is a bittersweet anthem about listening to the devil on your shoulder for a moment of pleasure. Representing “pain, growth, nostalgia, and joy”, the song “encapsulates the feeling of being stuck in the tangle created by making impulsive decisions”.

The official music video is a full-fledged collaboration amongst director and choreographer Matt Cady (choreographed for Katy Perry and Madonna), producer Ricky Palomino, singer-songwriter Bonnie Dymond, and dancers Balta Monkiki, Marlon Pelayo, and Hannah Hawkins.

Through his intimate approach to songwriting, Barrett has attracted an enthusiastic fanbase that finds his music both relatable and a source of inspiration. He seeks catharsis through self-reflection in his art and each song is designed to convey that sense of healing to his fans.

Done. Dusted. Get moved by Barrett.

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