Iconic performer Grace Jones has released her first CD in almost 20 years. The stunning Jamaican-born alternative rocker has released 'Hurricane' and the powerful video 'Corporate Cannibal' at 60 years of age.
Jones’ return is the ultimate comeback. The video, filmed in black and white is an astounding piece of art. Through computer enhancement, her sinuous body distorts in psychedelic manners.
Grace sings of the corporate machine, a "man eating machine," which will, "consume my consumers, with no sense of humor."
Not only are her lyrics poignant and thought-provoking as always, but the video is hypnotically beautiful.
Grace Jones ‘Hurricane' After Nearly 20 Years
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2. Ageless Performers - The rise of older performers like Grace Jones challenging traditional age norms presents opportunities for disruptive innovation in the entertainment industry, particularly in redefining beauty standards.
3. Artistic Visuals - The use of computer enhancement and psychedelic visuals in music videos creates opportunities for disruptive innovation in video production and special effects.
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