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Pete Wentz: Black Cards' First Video Debuts!

Pete Wentz: Black Cards' First Video Debuts!

Pete Wentz makes a run for it after robbing a bank in Black Cards‘ music video for “Club Called Heaven”!

The video also stars vocalist Bebe Rexha as a woman who becomes part of an old-school science experiment after being run off the road.

“[Bebe and I] have very different references,” Pete recently told ArtistDirect. “I think the combinations of the two ideas we have ends up being pretty cool. There’s the idea of writing with a girl who’s from Staten Island and takes the bus into the city. Then there’s the idea that I grew up in any John Hughes movie ever. We’re meshing those two worlds, and that brings about what the culture of Black Cards is.”









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4 Comments

# 1

He’s still trying?

# 2

it sounds pretty good and is an interesting video but the vocals sound seriously doctored. not necessarily to enhance her voice, just to alter it for a different artistic sound. unfortunately, i’m not into it. i like vocals that at least sound natural, even if they’re not! just my opinion!

# 3

@…..: Yes, he is, always is ;)

# 4
AerosManders @ 11/12/2010 at 9:10 pm

My personal opinion…I feel the song and the video have nothing to do with each other. I liked them both separately but I just don’t see how it all works. The only part of the video I didn’t really need was Pete’s part.

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