If you don’t know SCANDAL, popular four member Japanese punk/pop/rock band consisting of all girls, then it’s truly sad (please Google). The band has released the music video for their 9th single ‘Pride‘, and I must say if you love confetti, flashing words, pretty girls rocking out, black and white backgrounds, and glass smashing, then you’ll like this one. ‘Pride‘ is about chasing your dreams, and being determine enough to achieve it. Overall, I like the song, which will be released official on February 9th, but I felt like I was watching a rather cheap video. Anyways, see for yourselves:
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Meet Kimberly Elise, an American film and television actress. Elise has gained notable critical acclaim for her roles in ‘Beloved‘, ‘John Q‘, ‘Diary of a Mad Black Woman‘, and the television series ‘Close to Home‘. Elise is often cited as the ‘young Cicely Tyson‘, an honor in regards to her remarkable acting skills.
Kimberly Elise Trammel was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She completed her BA in Mass Communications at the University of Minnesota. Elise made her movie debut in the 1996 film ‘Set it Off‘, starring alongside Jada Pinkett-Smith, Vivica A. Fox, and Queen Latifah. Her breakthrough role was in the television movie ‘The Ditchdigger’s Daughter‘ in 1997. The film was based on the Pulitzer-prize nominated 1995 memoir ‘The Ditchdigger’s Daughters: A Black Family’s Astonishing Success Story’, written by Yvonne S. Thornton.
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