It wasn’t too long ago that Mackenzie Leigh Meyer introduced her latest single “Barbie Doll” to the world. Now, we’re excited to premiere the music video right here!
The music video encapsulates the song’s theme of not fitting in to the stereotype of what it means to be a woman.
“So I’ve never been what one might refer to as a ‘girly-girl,’” Mackenzie explains. “”Barbie Doll was kind of born as a response to people assuming I should be that in order to be valuable as a women, which I think sucks because it limits someone’s potential if they feel like they continually have to adhere to gender stereotypes that don’t necessarily apply to them.”
Her music video for “Barbie Doll” is a testament to her talent and message of authenticity. Watch the music video below, and keep reading to learn more about the song.
Watch The Music Video For “Barbie Doll”
“Because ‘Barbie Doll’ is about being authentically who you are,” she explains, “I wanted to have the music video correlate with me being my most authentic self, and for me that’s when I get to perform.”
Mackenzie teamed up with Roadhouse Productions to bring the story of the song to life.
Together they decided to film the music video during her show at Stampede Ranch in Guelph. “That room is WILD,” she says, “so the filming was a blast.”
About Mackenzie Leigh Meyer
Mackenzie Leigh Meyer is a singer-songwriter from Hamilton, Ontario.
She has made a name for herself in the Ontario music scene, and her influence is only growing. Her unique approach to music, blending traditional country sounds with a modern edge, has garnered her a loyal following.
Stream “Barbie Doll” by Mackenzie Leigh Meyer
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