Worth It - Fifth Harmony
To be honest, I was not too sold the very first time I watched this video. The Fifth Harmony girls were all in different clothing, they didn’t dance that much and it mostly showed their faces. I guess my expectation was different. I watched part of the video (the first time) with my friends earlier and they said they didn’t like it as much. They didn’t really understand what was going on and mentioned how they don’t look cohesive (costume wise). I knew I had to watch it the again because I figured is not really as bad as my friends said. P. S. I only saw the first 30 sec - 1 min of the song the first time.
After watching it the second time and on, I finally grasp what the message of the song was. It showcases women in power, knowing your worth and Feminism.
Some might say it was a little risqué, being premiered at the Kids Choice Awards a few hours ago. I was one of those people considering the lyric content of the song itself. However, in the video, they were not indecent.
5H were fully clothed in the Worth It video, with the exception of Ally and to some extent, Lauren who showed their midriffs.
This shows personality, individuality and control. They were BO$$ES in this world. They’re saying that females can take charge. I believe this encourages girls to that they can achieve anything and show that they can be a boss, they just have to own it and tell themselves the they’re worth it.
In the video, there was a quote on Stock Exchange screen in the background.
Again, it shows that woman can take charge and they will not step down.
@FifthHarmony Feminism is sexy
The entire video may be a little suggestive based on their body language but Fifth Harmony is saying that it’s okay to feel sexy and confident.
At first impressions, I think this is a good video. I believe the main messages were obviously stated. The girls were classy, a little provocative, powerful and confident.
They know what they want and they’re not afraid to speak up, which is a good message for young girls everywhere.
Know your worth. It’s okay to feel confident. You can achieve greater despite what people say. Take charge in your life. Speak your mind. You’re Worth It.
I’m sure there are a few more things I haven’t touched upon, meaning and message wise, but these my thoughts about the music video.
I give this mv 4/5
And lastly, is this Dinah Jane or Beyonće?
Check the video for yourself! Let me know what you think!