Watch the incredible visual below!
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Multimedia creative Jaguar Jonze, the moniker of Australian musician Deena Lynch, has treated the world with her new single, WHO DIED AND MADE YOU KING?.
Taking aim at the presence of toxic masculinity within the music industry, the track serves as powerful moment of advocacy for the ongoing #MeToo movement, as she ushers in a new chapter of her career. The release comes after the singer took home the 2021 AIR Outstanding Achievement Award in honour of her continued work and efforts to ensure equality and mutual respect within the music industry.
“Within a year, we have taken down many notable 'kings' or heads at the top of the music industry,” says Jaguar Jonze (real name Deena Lynch). “This song is to both celebrate that, as well as act as warning that more downfalls and clean ups are yet to come.”
The first taste of new music since her acclaimed EP ANTIHERO, the riotous release arrives alongside an official visual, directed and edited by the musician herself. The clip stars 12 Asian-Australian women and GNC folk alongside Jonze, with each cast member representing vulnerability and strength.
WHO DIED AND MADE YOU KING? is out now! Watch the visual below.