'Country Ever After': Coffey floored by Criscilla's 'ridiculous resume' featuring work with Rihanna and Eminem
Getting back on her feet and grooving to some music is what healing is to Criscilla Anderson, who is ready to dance as she prepares to get back (almost) to a cancer-free life. As she sits with husband-country singer Coffey Anderson in his studio, she realizes that a mix of one of his songs would be a good place to start with. She proposed that it could be a music video collab and a good opportunity to restart both their careers.
Coffey put the music video side on hold to help Criscilla get better. "We are overdue," he said and added that it had been over a year since they have featured in a music video together. The last one had them grooving to Coffey's fun tunes in a convertible.
She presents a full-blown blueprint to Coffey, said she could choreograph the video with good dancers and for that, she pointed out that she could hold an audition. Criscilla said it was the best way to send out a message in the dance industry that she was still working. However, Coffey was more than sure of her craft and praised her for having such a "ridiculous resume" that featured artistes such as Eminem, Rihanna, Akon and Snoop Dog among others.
Eons ago, Criscilla was a part of one of Rihanna's music video, which has an interesting backstory. Her performance in the video not only strengthened her position as a high-achieving artiste but also propelled her love life. She wished the pop star on her Instagram handle with the throwback video that had an interesting caption to it, a part of which read: "Coffey saw me in this video b4 he met me and said he wanted me as his wife... that’s how god worked us out!"
Coming back to the show, the couple finally zeroed in on 'She's Famous', one of Coffey's song titles, which he thought was fast country and therefore, was contradictory to the kind of beats she moves to usually. He seemed apprehensive if the two completely different genres would fuse so well.
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