After making considerable jumps up the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart in the last few weeks, CamelPhat and Jake Bugg‘s single “Be Someone” has notched a position in the Top 5 of this week’s survey at #4*. The effort so far comes complete with extended and dub renditions from the British duo as well as a fresh new take from fellow countryman Skream.
The Columbia Records-released recording that covers the topic of being true to ones self rather than conforming to the masses has acquired a fresh visual that addresses that very issue. The film’s protagonist begins with a wake-up call in the form of a funeral that sparks him to take a new path in life. The production then continues to show the difference between what the main character’s life would be like if he had followed the path of least resistance, and on the other hand, what it would be if he acted as he truly felt.
The visual only adds to the song that includes vocals from UK singer/songwriter Jake Bugg, who recites “When you’re dressing up/Still it’s not enough/Who you tryna impress man/Needy for some love/Here to be someone/Tryna be someone” in a haunting tone to complement Camelphat’s minimalistic production. See the whole presentation for this week’s #4* song on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart “Be Someone” here.