Searching for EDM Video/Artist/Song

Searching for EDM / Dance song/music video


Description: A girl in a 90s neon windbreaker track suit enters a warehouse. Two men sit at a table. She starts her boombox and begins to audition by doing the running man. She falls and breaks her nose. the 2 men laugh. She runs out. The rest of the video is mostly her doing the running man around the city and running and at the end, she goes to the roof of a skyskraper and finds a group dressed like her dancing like her and they all dance together.


Keywords I THINK I remember (Metro, 1999 or maybe 1998 1993). Unsure of song and artist.



-saw on you tube - randomly came through the feed one day on autoplay

- this was in 2016

-artist or group did not appear in video

- Where does the video take place? -In a city, various locations - ends on top of building

- What kind of props are included in the video? - Mostly a Girl wearing a 90s windbreaker outfit

- i THINK it was an instrumental EDM song

- Is the music slow, fast or mid-tempo? Probably around 105-115bpm

- What do the artists look like? What are they wearing? Unsure - Girl in Video wears neon windbreaker suit and does the running man throughout in various places (is not a runnign man challenge video, was an actual music video)

- What do any other people in the video look like? Various, but ends with big group of people dancing the running man on top of a building

- Is the video in color? Or is it in black and white? Color

- Is it animated? No

- Does the video remind you of any other video? No

- In what country did you see the video? (Please note that we have site visitors from many different countries so this detail could be important) USA

- Does it include clips from a movie or tv show? No

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