Bonnie McKee Returns With “Bombastic”: Watch The Raunchy, Workout Tape-Themed Video

Mike Wass | May 26, 2015 2:11 pm
Bonnie McKee's "Wasted Youth"
It's been a minute since we've heard something new from Bonnie McKee but she's coming!

After several delays and a couple of interesting detours, Bonnie McKee finally follows up 2013 singles “American Girl” and “Sleepwalker” with a punchy pop anthem called “Bombastic.” Co-written with “See You Again” chart-topper Charlie Puth, Sean Walsh and Axident (I’m assuming he also produced it), the hook-filled, rock-influenced anthem is the first taste of the diva’s similarly titled EP, which includes the much-hyped track “Wasted Youth.”

The 31-year-old has always had an interesting visual style, but she takes things to the next level with “Bombastic.” It plays like an ’80s workout tape (complete with VHS distortion) or perhaps a raunchy homage to Olivia Newton-John’s classic “Physical” video. Either way, the clip is jam-packed with amazing outfits from the decade taste forgot and several eye-popping poses. Bonnie obviously spent all her down-time at the gym because she truly has buns of steel! Watch up top and check out her deliciously retro EP cover below.

Bonnie McKee’s Bombastic EP cover and tracklist:

1. I Want It All
2. Bombastic
3. Wasted Youth
4. Easy

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