Give Me Life feat. Quanah
2017 Music Video

Give Me Life feat. Quanah

Quanah and Diana Boss break through with an in-your-face celebration of pride, visibility, identity, and humanity.


Pitch video

The artist

Diana  Boss
About the song

Give Me Life is an underground dance floor anthem. An incessant 4/4 beat drives the track as a deep house baseline syncopates the rhythm. Quanah drops knowledge in melodic hooks and takes us deeper into her world. Give Me Life will give you life.

The team

Our diverse team represents a rainbow of cultures, genders, ethnicities, and points of view. Our talents and passions bring us together as one.


Production Design

Custom styled wigs and hair pieces by Vancouver stylist Katy Hairy.
Avante Garde and optical allusion makeup stylings from Mimi Choi who's  been featured in magazines around the world.
Music video will be filmed on the streets on Vancouver, Canada.
Jojo Zolina is a Filipino Canadian born in the Philippines, raised in Victoria B.C. and pursued his dance career in Vancouver B.C. Jojo has continually trail-blazed a style and standard that has filtered itself into today’s mainstream dance world. With unstoppable artistry, Jojo has continued to constantly reinvent a technique that has quickly become coveted by several artists, including, Madonna, La Roux, Michael Buble, and Nelly Furtado.
Original wig designs by Katy Hairy.
Evan Clayton is a Vancouver fashion designer who strives to marry art and fashion in such a way as to create political, personal and artistic expression. A graduate from the Blanche MacDonald Fashion Design program, Evan is trained in the art of tailoring and is well versed in the fluidity of drapery.
Snap Boys is an all male dance company formed by Raymond Jordan Johnson-Brown and Jojo Zolina. SNAP Boys aim to redefine what is considered "feminine" and "masculine" in todays society and enable every individual to express themselves fully without fear of judgement. SNAP boys seek to offer the LGBT community a new entertainment experience that adds to the existing work of the community.
Mimi Choi is a 31-year-old makeup artist from Vancouver, Canada who creates completely stunning hyperreal optical illusions.