I'M AFRAID OF AMERICANS
Ottaviano Blitch's latest music video for "I'm Afraid of Americans" is a thought-provoking masterpiece. Originally written by the legendary David Bowie, Bryan Eno and Trent Reznor, the song denounces America's gun culture and the ease with which people can obtain firearms, especially at a young age. Blitch's portrayal of John, a typical American who is crazed and unhinged, is both captivating and terrifying. As an actor, director, and musician, Blitch delivers an outstanding performance in this music video that is sure to be remembered for years to come. It's a perfect example of how music and film can be used to make a powerful statement on societal issues. This video is a must-watch, and Blitch is truly a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. The Blitch version is characterized by electronic sounds with references to rock and dance music.
The cover interpreted by Ottaviano Blitch of the song "I'm afraid of Americans", written by David Bowie, Trent Reznor and Bryan Eno, has been released on the record market.