SINGING OUT

WATCH: Chris Salvatore Sings That Love Is Blind To Race And Sexual Orientation

Heartthrob entertainer Chris Salvatore is back with another heartfelt ballad “What You Do to Me.” Salvatore says the video for the song was funded through a very successful Kickstarter campaign and he hopes to convey that eternal theme that “love is blind.”

“If you look at how progressive the world is becoming, I think it’s safe to say that we are all starting to realize that love is universal.” Chris said in a statement about the project. “We all go through the same rush of feelings and those tingly butterflies when we are falling in love and I think it’s a really cool thing that connects us all as humans. It’s something we can all relate to and I thought a lot about that when I was writing this song. So I always kind of had a vision for what I wanted the music video to be.”

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6 Comments

  • KDub

    Sounds like someone’s on a great MDMA trip!

  • Tyler100

    Chris knows all about love being blind, or at least oblivious. He demonstrated this recently, when he stole Jeffery Self’s boyfriend. I guess he was blind tho their commitment.

  • Tackle

    Nice song and message. Definately a part of that that we as LGBTQ need to apply and practice. If we payed less attention to race, age, looks/ bodytype, many would be happly partnered.

  • CCTR

    Good song sounds quite current and good video with cool message.

  • wagnerwallace

    Good song! A lot better than that crap Lance Bass released…

  • queertyreader

    Once you have starred in an EATING OUT movie, you can not have much dignity left. These movies were cheap and disrespectful towards gays as they served a whole lot of stereotypes. I cannot understand how anyone wants to participate in these movies… you have more dignity being a porn actor. And his music career will never take off, so he might as well get a regular job.

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