The official music video of "Beauty and the Struggle" featuring Arika Gluck and Taz Zavala from 'Westside: The Music'. Featured in Episode 7.
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"Beauty and the Struggle" Video:
Music Video Prod co: Wondros
Music Video Director: Sophie Muller
DP: Eli Born
Music Video Producer: Grant Jue
Choreographer: Fatima Robinson
"Beauty and the Struggle" Song:
Produced and Written by Jason "Poo Bear" Boyd & Jared Gutstadt
Published by POO B Z PUBLISHING INC (ASCAP) / OLE JINGLE SONGS (ASCAP)
Mastered by Brad Blackwood at Euphoric Mastering
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Westside Cast – Beauty and the Struggle (ft. Arika Gluck & Taz Zavala) [Official HD Video] | Netflix
#ArikaGluck how is this girl not a star yet? Both girls are awesome, If Arika dropped an album today, I would buy it. I’m a fan. #WestSide #RealityShow #Netflix I hope we hear more from this producer, this whole series is brilliant, the way it’s shot, the music, I’ve never seen anything like it, so Fabulous
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