Martin Garrix And Usher’s “Don’t Look Down” Lyric Video Will Lift Your Spirit: Watch

Robbie Daw | March 17, 2015 9:16 am

Ever wanted to just tell your boss to go fuck himself, rip off your work attire and go climb a mountain/ride a skateboard/jump out of an airplane with a parachute? That’s just what happens in the the lyric video for “Don’t Look Down,” the new cut from Martin Garrix and Usher (the single arrived on iTunes today).

The pair first teased the single last week with a snippet, but now we get to hear “Don’t Look Down” in its full glory — and much like David Guetta and Sia’s “Titanium” (or even Guetta and Usher’s “Without You”), it’s a nice blend of dance beats and radio-friendly pop that should be music to programmers’ ears.

The uplifting lyric video for “Don’t Look Down” was directed by self-described “professional life liver” Rory Kramer. Watch it above, and try not to quit your job immediately afterward…it’s a nice fantasy, but, you know, maybe not the best reality?

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