Raphael brings us a hot new video, Boys Are Trouble! “Boys Are Trouble is a song about addiction, whether it is love, sex, or the human body,” explains the artist. “I often find that just when I think I’m in control of my emotions, a sexy guy comes along, carnality takes over and I fall to pieces.” “Boys Are Trouble” is the second single from Raphael’s upcoming album, The Dark of My Mind.
We can all agree with Raphael's statement! We all want that "bad boy" who just isn't good for us. He's always the hottest dude in the club, but you know every guy in the place has eyes for him. He's like that Brian Kinney type from Queer As Folk. Remember that Showtime soft-core show (jk it wasn't soft-core, but close)?!? Here is a Brian Kinney quote to refresh your memory "Look, I don't believe in love. I believe in f*ckin." Who says stuff like, Brian Kinney and all of those hot dudes out there like him.
Raphael goes on to say, “I tend to fall for guys who are aloof and ridiculously overconfident. I become so consumed in vying for their attention that I completely lose myself."
Raphael girl, you ain't the only one!
Get into his video. The video was inspired by NYC’s true life amateur boxing matches that pit male models against local boxing talent. In the video, Raphael finds himself in the middle of a love triangle with Cash, the fight club organizer who's rich and powerful but views Raphael as a possession and model/boxer Max, a loser with a heart of gold.
Here's also the Club Remix!
The single is now available on iTunes and Spotify, along with its brand new club remix by superstar DJ Joe Gauthreaux. The “Boys Are Trouble” music video is available on YouTube.