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Arin Ray’s Love Is Organic In The Video For “Hope It Don’t Kill Me” Featuring Boogie

Palm trees, rooftops, and old school cars create scenic backdrops for his budding romance.

November 10, 2016

Arin Ray's love language is quality time in his new video for "Hope It Don't Kill Me" featuring Boogie. The gifted 21-year-old singer/songwriter takes his time on the song as he croons about taking the fall for love. In the visual, he and his special lady are side-by-side as their tender connection plays out across California. In one scene, Ray leads her to a rooftop to share an intimate moment while they look out beyond the trees and enjoy the air over a joint.

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Over email, Ray told The FADER, "This song is about vulnerability and allowing yourself space to love without fear. I wanted to create a visual that represents the everyday love in a real simple way."

Watch the video above and check out Ray's Phases EP.

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