Korean Pop Singer Holland Debuts Fun and Sexy New Music Video For "I'm Not Afraid"
Holland is back again and this time with a steamy new music video.
The K-pop singer is one of South Korea’s two openly gay male singers that are creating music and a door for LGBTQ talent in the future (the other being MRSHLL).
Holland burst through the South Korean music scene early this year with his single “Neverland.” Unfortunately, the music video accompanying the song was rated 19+ despite it only depicting a sweet and innocent gay romance.
Now, Holland’s new music video for the song “I’m Not Afraid” amps up the that gay romance into one with a sexy make out scene.
The video, which dropped yesterday, shows that Holland’s not afraid to be himself and to embrace all types of LGBTQ life. To show this, he hangs out at a party with a diverse group of drag queens, people of color, and LGBTQ people.
Then the video's most shocking and exciting moment was when Holland had a 15 second-long make out session with one of the men at the party.
Unfortunately, this music video has been censored as well with Holland tweeting out yesterday that Youtube had censored it.
“On YouTube my new Song #imnotafraid received an R rating. We are trying to figure out what cause of the song receiving the ban is. We’ll figure it out quickly and find a solution,” the singer wrote.
He then added: “I’m really sorry.”
Want to know what all the fuss is about? If so, you can watch the video below.