Sub Urban – INFERNO Ft. Bella Poarch | Review

Sub Urban recruits the brand new Bella Poarch into a new song and music video titled “Inferno.” The dark and pop combination of the song is a whole different vibe, as they sing about their version of a terrible real-life experience.

Bella Poarch entered into the music scene with her breakout single “Build a B*tch” following her popularity on TikTok and other social media. “Inferno” is part of Sub Urban’s debut studio album, yet to be titled.

The music video for “Inferno,” recruits many popular social media personalities such as TommyInnit, Ludwig, Disguised Toast, Adin Ross, fuslie, QuarterJade, Ivana Alawi, Staryuuki, CouRageJD, Pokimane, Valkyrae, starsmitten, LilyPichu, yvonnie, TinaKitten, and Bretman Rock, who are also Bella’s friends.

Releasing the song, Bella Poarch took to YouTube to tell her real-life experience that inspired this song;

As a victim of sexual assault, this song and video mean a lot to me. This is something I haven’t been ready to share with you just yet. It’s very hard for me to talk about. But I’m ready now. I decided to express myself by creating a song and video with Sub Urban based on how I wished my experience went. It’s a fantasy I wish was true. I’m looking forward to sharing this with you all.

Watch “Inferno” Music Video by Sub Urban & Bella Poarch

In the story to this song, two men spike Bella Poarch’s drink at a lobby of a hotel. She consumes the drink and loses inhibitions. She is then carried away by two men into an elevator as she follows them unconsciously. Up until this point, the story probably followed Bella’s real-life experience. Afterward comes how Bella wanted things to unfold. In the music video, she manifests some demonic powers and decimates the two men who tried to take advantage of her.

No halo
Baby, I’m the reason why Hell’s so hot
Inferno

Bella wishes she had no halo around her head–a symbol of an angel. Instead, she wishes to have the horns of the devil so she can stand up to her bullies and anyone who tries to take advantage of her. Bella Poarch is trying to send a positive message in this song. Hope this song and video give courage and strength to anyone who needs it.

Let us hear what you think about this song and video in the comments below. Check out the complete lyrics on Genius.

Adam McDonald

Hi! I am the founder and lead author and editor of Justrandomthings music community. A vast range of personal interests from Hip-Hop to Country to Hard Rock and Punk music will keep you entertained.

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