Filipino-American actress and singer Hailee Steinfeld recently debuted her music video with American funk pop band DNCE for Rock Bottom — a single from her November 2015 debut EP entitled Haiz.
Rock Bottom was re-released in February as collaboration with the foursome band.
“What are we fighting for? Seems like we do it just for fun,” sings the young pop star.
The 19-year-old expressed how love made her feel like hitting rock bottom with an on-off relationship seen in the three-minute video starring model John Economou, Joe Jonas and his band DNCE.
(Screen grab from Hailee Steinfeld’s music video ‘Rock Bottom’ ft. DNCE/ VEVO)
In an interview with People, Hailee explains that she has experienced such relationships, thus, coming up with such songs that speak for her heart.
“I’ve experienced that relationship in its entirety. I do feel like there are some songs that really represent a relationship for a relationship, and then when you hear it, you think about that specific relationship, and I have that when I hear ‘Rock Bottom’,” said Hailee in her interview with People.
On March 16, Hailee hinted on Twitter that she will be visiting the Philippines soon.
“I am finally coming to visit!,” she tweeted with multiple Philippine flag emojis and the hashtags: #HAILEEinMNL and #April as she tagged MC Music.
(Screenshot of Hailee Steinfeld’s tweet last March 16, 2016 [@HaileeSteinfeld])
Hailee is behind chart-topping hit Love Myself and also covered Jessie J’s Flashlight in musical comedy Pitch Perfect 2 where she starred as the Barden Bellas’ new recruit named Emily Junk.