Gabbie Hanna Gets Soaked In 'Pillowcase' Music Video - Watch Now!

Gabbie Hanna Gets Soaked In 'Pillowcase' Music Video - Watch Now!

Gabbie Hanna stands under the pouring water in her brand new music video for “Pillowcase“!

The 28-year-old YouTube star and singer dropped the video over the weekend.

“🔪PILLOWCASE MUSIC VIDEO OUT NOW!!🖤 LINK IN BIO! 🎵 this INSANE production came together thanks to the hard work, ingenuity, sacrifice, and generosity of so many people who came together to make something incredible. thank you so much (which doesn’t feel like enough words) to the people who planned and replanned, sweated their asses off in the sweltering warehouses, and were so kind and passionate toward me and my vision,” she wrote on Instagram.

She also praised director Spencer Sharp for going so above and beyond with this visual.


Gabbie Hanna – ‘Pillowcase’ Music Video

Click inside to see what she wrote about Spencer Sharp…

“massive, gigantic, larger-than-life *thank you* to my friend, @spencersharp7 for going so outside the realm of above and beyond on this music video. the amount of hours he put into pre and post production. the amount of hats he wore. the endless edits and requests and strings he pulled to make this happen on an impossible independent artist budget is truly magic. i don’t have the words to express how unbelievably gracious i am. i was so blessed to have a director (and editor, and co-producer, and a million other titles) who cares about my vision as much as i do. no one else would have worked as tirelessly and meticulously as he did on this. so thank you, from the very bottom of my heart, for directing this video. but also for being such an incredible, selfless, generous friend. you were the first person to make me acknowledge myself as a genuine artist, not just a “youtuber making music,” and have been my biggest cheerleader ever since. the person i send every demo to because i know you’ll be honest. the person who wants to see me win more than anyone. when i tried to laugh off the world making my music into a joke, you were the one who told me it wasn’t funny. thanks for believing in me when i didn’t. i’m so honored that you shared your talent (and time) with me.”

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