The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles and Rob Cantor recently posted a music video of Cantor’s original song Shia LaBeouf, featuring the actor/performance artist himself–and it’s incredible.
The music video features LeBeouf in the likeness of Orson Welles, describing him in the song’s lyrics as a “forest-dwelling eater of human flesh who sets upon you one night and forces you into a fight for your very life.”
Cantor created the comedic song about the actor in 2012 and uploaded it online. Soon, the song went viral and people were creating funny videos and GIFs of the song and LeBeouf. Now, Shia has collaborated with Cantor to make the ‘official’ music video, which is quite spectacular.
LeBeouf told Interview, “metamodernism has influenced a lot of my action in the public in this last year and a half—the idea of diametrically opposed ideas happening all at once: the irony and the sincerity, birth and death, the immediacy and the obsolescence.”
Shia has shown some odd behavior in the recent past in the “name of art.” But does his appearance in this “music video” help his career, or hurt it? Maybe Shia just wants to show off his funny side. Watch the video, and you be the judge…
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