20-year-old Mexican-American vocalist and producer Victor Internet stars in GRAMMY’s latest episode of ReImagined at Home. Today, he treats fans alike to a rendition of Bobby Brown’s 1989 smash hit “Every Little Step.” It’s lined with Victor’s signature style that has garnered critical acclaim.
The original version of “Every Little Step,” an upbeat, new jack swing R&B song written and produced by L.A. Reid and Babyface, won Best Male R&B Vocal Performance at the 32nd GRAMMY Awards in 1990.
Victor Internet is part of a wave of young POC creatives carving out their own spaces and standing for outsiders. Blending pop, hip hop, and experimental genres, Victor’s art delves into the complexities of being a first-generation American, his self-exploration of sexuality, gender, love, and spotlights the adversity and beauty of his personal struggles. Watch the Winnie Ramone-directed cut below and tune in for more.
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