Greer Drops Satisfying Music Video for ‘Satisfy’ | Music Video
After up-and-coming pop artist Greer delivered a hot single with “Satisfy,” the record fittingly gets a hot, sensually-charged music video.
Well #Damn Daniel, it’s getting “Hot in Herre!” Rather, #Damn Greer it’s getting “Hot in Herre!” Okay, okay – enough playing around! 20-year old, up-and-coming pop singer Greer Wilson isn’t messing around. Back in May, we featured one sexy single by the Boston, Massachusetts upstart, who “likes a little controversy and isn’t afraid to push buttons.” His single, “Satisfy” was no admission under 18.
Ultimately, “Satisfy” had its fair share of pros – great production work, swagger, and of course sex. All in all, those three things often lay the foundation for a successful pop song. Although “Satisfy” was suggestive and risqué, Greer didn’t overplay his hand. In other words, despite his plans to satisfy, he didn’t oversexualize. He has the music video to turn up the heat, forcing the “Temperature” to rise. Ooh la la!
“Satisfy” was destined for a music video, and a fitting one it gets. Sigh, the world was treated to a tease with the cover art of the single. The tease? A confident, shirtless Greer. Expectedly, given the sensual vibes of the single, the world experiences more shirtless, satisfying Greer (see what we did there?). For those keeping count, the first 37 seconds or so eschews shirtless-ness. That said, there are some heavy breathing initiates the video. Similarly, the same heavy breathing concludes the video as well… We’ll leave it at that!
So, besides showing some skin, what’s the premise of the music video? Basically, it plays like the song does. Greer wants to get it in. He’s singing and about satisfaction, and therefore, the visual needs to match. Whether he’s in the shower or in the bed, he’s eager to satisfy and be the recipient of the satisfaction. More often than not, that occurs sans shirt…and pants…Boom!
In all seriousness – after playing around so much – he nails it… Okay, enough puns! The single is hot, and he captures the energy and innuendo in the music video. Greer has got it goin’ on.