G.Nax Champions a New Standard of Beauty As They Swag It Up In ‘Mona Lisa’ Video

By |2014-11-12T15:45:30+00:00November 12th, 2014|Categories: R&B Music Videos, R&B Videos|Tags: |0 Comments

Last year, G.Nax introduced themselves to the world with their photographed-inspired and self-directed (filmed and edited) music video "Exit" off their debut EP, "Molotov Music". After three EPs, two videos and one short documentary, G.Nax is ready to deliver their debut album, Grillz & Bakery, to the world. The project is headed by this tune “Mona Lisa,” which aims to trump a new standard of beauty.

In the clip, shot by video director Patryk Antoniewicz from Sixteen Pads Films, the duo swag out in their hometown of Montreal, Canada.

Members Gene & Mr. Axnt explain the song's concept:

"We live in a world where bad became good and good became bad and young females have less and less role models to be inspired by. So we thought creating a new role model for the young generation by elevating them and give them a new standard of beauty and self-esteem. Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa portrait was the best representation of what we had in mind, because her beauty doesn't follow the world's standards but the portrait is one of the most expensive paintings on earth, in other words, she has a value."

Grillz & Bakery is due out December 2nd. Pre-order above!

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