Dorian Electra Releases a New Official Music Video for “Ram it Down“, Single Featuring Mood Killer, Lil Mariko, and Lil Texas
The track “Ram It Down” is written by Dorian Electra alongside Chris Greatti, Zakk Cervini, Mood Killer, Lil Texas, and Lil Mariko and explores how homophobia sees queer people being themselves as ramming homosexuality down everyone’s throats. The visual counterpart directed by Dorian Electra and longtime collaborator Weston Allen nods to The Matrix with ‘red pill’ ‘blue pill’ whilst Dorian stars as a crazed scientist and evil genius brainwashing the masses.
Lil Mariko shares, “Ram it Down” is such a chaotic and fun track, it’s been a blast working with Dorian! They bring so much innovation and humor to the table and have such a clear vision. So naturally, when Dorian asked me to be on the track I felt honored to have been part of ramming it down everyone’s ear holes at the end with Lil Texas!”
To celebrate its release, “Ram it Down” merchandise will be available to purchase in the form of a t-shirt and a performance-enhancing pill as seen in the music video.
Mood Killer says, “After so many years of working together, it was such a high point to collab with Dorian on Ram it Down. I feel so lucky to get to make twisted music and videos with my best friend.”
The project explores a deeper, darker, and even more political side, with Dorian examining the ‘crisis in masculinity’ through a queer lens. Featuring production by Dylan Brady, d0llywood1, umru, Count Baldor, Clarence Clarity, Sega Bodega, and more, the project includes a masterful assortment of genres, including hardcore, metal, pop, dubstep, and epic baroque just to name a few.
Lil Texas adds, “Dorian Electra, in my opinion, is a master of curating a concept. The ability to take something like dark web incel culture or the mundane 9 to 5 grind of an office job and flush it out into a song, video, and content package is something I admire deeply. When they asked me to make the Outro to “Ram It Down” I, of course, said yes. The process was natural and it flowed seamlessly despite a drastic change in BPM. Mariko destroyed the vocals too. Such an honor being involved in something as fun and interesting as this.”