Canadian singer-songwriter Fefe Dobson released the music video for her single "Legacy" on Wednesday. In the lighthearted clip, she plays a mental patient who assumes the identities of late celebrities like Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe and Kurt Cobain.
"Legacy" is the first single from Dobson's forthcoming album "Fire Bird." The infectious power pop tune is all about having a good time no matter who is watching. "If I die tonight at least I left a legacy," she declares. The music video for "Legacy" conveys just that as Dobson plays a mental ward patient with a celebrity obsession.
The "Legacy" video opens with Dobson being dragged through a mental hospital. Her schizophrenia-like behavior kicks in and Fefe believes she is Marilyn Monroe. Flanked in a white dress and blonde wig, Dobson does a riveting impression of the late actress but it is all revealed to be a mental condition. Later in the clip, Fefe channels Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse and Michael Jackson. She captures the lighthearted nature of "Legacy" perfectly in this playful homage to some great artists.
Dobson's "Legacy" single is now available on iTunes.
Check out the "Legacy" music video at MTV.com
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