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DIIMOND’s “Bad Attitude” Music Video Out Today

Channeling Billie Holiday, Prince and Sylvester, glittering genderfluid pop/R&B singer DIIMOND sings of regret and frustration after being beaten, yet again, by his psychotically possessive manager, Damion, in “Bad Attitude,” his first music video from the forthcoming queer, Neo-noir musical miniseries, “The Truth About Fairy Tales.”

“My character, Damion, is an upcoming music producer who depicts some of the most malevolent elements of the human psyche, including psychopathic tendencies towards violence, and conflicted sexual interests,” says Cooper.

“There’ve been many recent occasions to observe the predatory nature of the entertainment business as exposed in the media,” adds director Leo Ramsey, “but there are so many more victims, especially around the margins, that we rarely see.”

Directed by Leo Ramsey with cinematography Ramon J. Goni, “Bad Attitude” is an intense music video, and shooting it was equally so for all involved.