Jeremy Loops is creating a video for 'Mortal Man' and he wants you to be part of it

Jeremy Loops (Photo: Supplied by Universal Music SA)
Jeremy Loops (Photo: Supplied by Universal Music SA)

  • After releasing his track, Mortal Man, Jeremy Loops is now working on a music video and he wants his online community to be a part of it.
  • The singer asked fans to submit clips of themselves either singing along to Mortal Man, playing an instrument, or showing off any other talent that could be included in the music video. 
  • A website has been set up where fans can share their videos. Rules for submission are also available there. 

SA singer Jeremy Loops is creating a music video for his track, Mortal Man, and he wants your help. 

The star, who recently signed a deal with Universal Music, posted a video on social media asking fans to submit clips of themselves for the song. 

"If you're an artist or a singer of any sort, or even if you're not, I'd love you to record yourself singing along to the song, [or] playing [an instrument] along to the song. If you are a creative of any sort, you could do something creative and film it to the song. Whatever the song inspires, whether it's art or painting or just something beautiful," he says in the clip. 

Jeremy first shared Mortal Man with fans in 2018 when he posted an acoustic version of the song on YouTube. The track was partly inspired by addiction and overcoming it. In 2020, the singer decided to officially release the song to the public, telling Channel24 during an interview that he felt the time was right to do so. 

A website has been set up for fans to submit their clips to be featured in Jeremy's video. Rules for submission can also be found there. 

Recently, a number of artists have turned to their fans for help in creating inspiring music videos. Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande had their audience submit clips for their Stuck With U video, and John Legend got his online community involved as well with the video for his song, Bigger Love.


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