Video Premiere: Skylar Grey “Invisible”

"I take these pills to make me thin/I dye my hair and cut my skin"  are the opening lines to the new video "Invisible" by Skylar Grey.

They are lyrics that teenage girls are relating to more than you want to believe.  Grey is not emo by any stretch of the means but the new pop mantra.  You might think Demi Lovatto and Skyler are not in the same genre but they are, and speaking to the same audience.

Skylar had this to say about  the "Invisible" video, the title track from her alubm due in 2012.;

“I wanted it to be Peter Parker by day meets Spiderman by night.  An everyday kid who isn't really that cool but there's something else going on that people don't know about.  That's kind of the journey that I went on.  I discovered that my insecurities and my flaws were things that I actually need to embrace, and I let them become my superpowers.”

"Invisible" is powerful, not as powerful as Lovatto's "Skyscraper" but in the sense that inside of even the most confident girl or woman, they will feel a mess and invisible.

Check out the new clip by Skylar Grey and let us know what you think of the video and message.-DocFB

Diagnosis:  No Need To Take Those Pills, Dye Your Hair Or Cut Your Skin...


Demi Lovato Releases Powerful Video For “Skyscraper”


There are times when songs are so powerful.  They are not sung perfectly.  They are not going to win awards.  The message, however, the journey, makes the song amazing.  This is one of those instances.  We all know Demi Lovato has been though a lot in the past year.  Rehab.  So-called weight issues.  Losing the approval of Disney moms.  The thing is, many teenage girls relate to her in ways we just don't understand.

"Skyscraper" (The other blogger cannot even spell that right) debuted on E! News tonight.  They get it.  They are not putting Demi under the rug.  Everyone makes mistakes.  Everyone wants to rise up as tall as a skyscraper after hitting rock bottom. 

"You can take everything I have.  You can break everything I am" she sings.  The thing is, they did.  Yet, she is rising from the ground. 

Like I said before, it is not sung perfectly but the emotions more than make up for it.  If it was sung perfectly without the emotions and inspiration, I would not be digging it.-Dr.FB

Diagnosis:  #StayStrong