Video: Karmin – ‘Acapella’


Karmin brings a whole lot of attitude and swag to their video for “Acapella.” Amy and Nick rock color-coordinated outfits in the Hype Williams-inspired clip. They dance in front of a red Mercedes SLS in one scene, perform choreographed moves in blue, and match the green accessories to their green outfits.

“The video for ‘Acapella’ is visually something we’ve always wanted to put out,” the duo told Cosmopolitan. “Our first few major label videos didn’t totally capture who Karmin is. We had people around us at the time who tried to steer the Karmin ship a certain way, so it feels good to create something like this where we are at the helm and can really be proud of. The video definitely pays homage to the ’90s videos we grew up with and are still inspired by today.”

Karmin’s full-length album is due in September on Epic Records. They are currently on tour with the Jonas Brothers.

Step into their colorful world below.

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  1. bobs

    A song called acapella that isn’t.
    Dumb, ironic, or moronic?


    Um.Well.Sure. Reply:

    @bobs, You might want to listen to the rest of the lyrics before making such a strong statement.


    dustin Reply:


    considering the only thing that isn’t voice is the drum machine its pretty damn close to a capella. never mind the term being used as a METAPHOR. ;-)


  2. carlos

    why do you persist in posting these poor artists


    ? Reply:

    @carlos, 4 your information they’ve had hit songs like Brokenhearted and Hello so think before you speak.


    Alex Reply:

    Why do you persist on breathing?


  3. vukimili

    i love how goofy they are

    But what exactly does the guy do??


  4. iStar02

    She is doing her thing for sure!!!


  5. massiveattack5

    really nice music video and the song isnt terrible. very creative all around.


  6. CurtisDonDeano

    I’m guessing the Video was inspired by Say My Name? DC?


    Constantino Reply:

    @CurtisDonDeano, yep


  7. CurtisDonDeano

    I’m guessing the Video was inspired by Say My Name? Destiny Child?


    Ruthy Reply:

    @CurtisDonDeano, No, more like Lil’ Kim’s “Crush On You”


  8. wonderland19

    I enjoyed that. Nice video.


  9. mateus

    pop is perfect


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