The Season 10 finale of RuPaul’s Drag Race is only a few short days away, when Ru will reveal who is America’s next drag superstar.
Blair St. Clair might not have won the crown, but going for another royal title: Club queen.
“Call My Life” Starring Blair St. Clair Now Playing on VEVO (Link in Bio) Executive Producer: David Charpentier Produced by: Producer Entertainment Group, Brad Hammer Productions Directed by Shawn Adeli & Brad Hammer DP, Editor: Shawn Adeli / Makeup: Kalyd Odeh, Mikayla Gottlieb Hair: Timothy Willy Stylists: William Clark Jr. and KiKi Xtravangaza Production manager: Nicholas Monaco Lighting: Justin Madsen Choreography: Becca Sweitzer Behind the Scenes: Nathan Noyes Featuring: @jakedupree @eurekaohara @theonlymayhem @jujubeeonline @pandoraboxx @manilaluzon @edenthedoll @peyrotpenny @theycallher6 @mikeyg6 @pipo360 @brandon_wilde @jojoguadz and more! Dancers: @nikkivm14 @jess_hiestand @laurafaithksobiech @courtneyscarr @haley_bnb @anthonybabygarza @jordandodderer @mahanster @tytydivo @tristanreynolds
Blair has released a new music video her dance song “Call My Life,” and just like her previous single, “Now or Never,” it is an introspective club banger.
“The song “Call My Life” is a metaphor for the busy, worldly lives we lead versus the simple moments we forget,” Blair said in a statement. “I’m trying to call attention that sometimes the most glamorous life of all isn’t outwardly driven but comes from living a happy life.”
Not only does the glitzy video show Blair as a celebrity sick of the spotlight, but there are also cameos from some other Drag Race queens, Mayhem Miller, Manila Luzon, JuJuBee, Pandora Boxx, and Eureka.
Blair’s album, Call My Life, drops Friday, June 29, the day after the Drag Race Season 10 finale.
RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 airs Thursdays at 8/7c on VH1.