Dominic Fike Releases Music Video for “Vampire”
Complete with costume shopping, a foggy graveyard and a Wednesday Addams costume, the music video is the embodiment of a scary good time.
In a new track littered with his silky-smooth vocals, lo-fi beats and good-vibes sound, American singer Dominic Fike dropped the video for his song “Vampire” just in time for Halloween.
The video was teased on his Instagram, where he also announced his live-streamed graveyard performance of the song.
Directed by Jack Begert, the “Vampire” music video features Fike and two lookalikes weaving their way through a costume store (where an employee in a Wednesday Addams type costume is played by Fike’s real-life girlfriend Diana Silvers, an actress known for Booksmart and Space Force) and making their way to a party, where he warns her everyone in the room is a vampire. It switches between party scenes and smoky, sultry graveyard clips, making it a true Halloween anthem.
“Vampire” is the ninth track on Fike’s sophomore album What Could Possibly Go Wrong?, a record brimming with the 24-year-old’s signature soft hip hop and alternative beats.
Watch the official music video for “Vampire” above and stream What Could Possibly Go Wrong? on all platforms.