For years, Charli XCX had been working relentlessly to move up in the music industry. Since 2013, the English singer and songwriter released five albums to critical acclaim while winning industry trophies. However, despite her relative success, Charlie XCX still could not be called a “major pop star”. Indeed, the proverbial spotlight did not shine on Charli as intensely as others pop stars.
So what was missing? Looks? Talent? Hard work? No. She had to sell her soul to the devil. And not figuratively. And that’s exactly what she did.
In occult circles, the initiation of a candidate involves a symbolic death and rebirth. This is exactly what Charli’s album Crash is about.
Upon the release of Crash, a slew of music videos was released. Two of them stand out from the lot and they happen to be highly symbolic. Here’s a look at them.
The lyrics of the single Good Ones are about Charli wanting to end a healthy relationship because she craves evilness. These lines sum up the song:
I want the bad ones ’cause they’re all I know
I always let the good ones go
While the song appears to be about Charli being attracted to bad boys, the video indicates that the “relationship” Charli refers to is actually … spiritual.
The entire video takes place at a funeral with people mourning and stuff. Then Charli emerges with her witch coven or something.
Satanic black masses are all about the reversal and perversion of Christian rituals and symbols. Enshrining the guy who pierced Jesus instead of Jesus himself is a good example.
In short, Good Ones is all celebration of death at a satanic black mass. If you believe I’m going a little far with this interpretation ritual, you should maybe check the alternative video.
Good Ones is about Charli’s symbolic death and pending rebirth as a pawn of the music industry. The video Beg For You appears to continue in this ritualistic narrative.
Beg For You
The lyrics of Beg For You are about longing for someone who is kind of a jerk. Of course, the video is about a ritualistic initiation that includes drinking blood. Because, after letting the “good one go” (God), Charli “begs for” the jerk (Satan).
The song features Rina Sawayama, an up-and-coming artist who has been enjoying unfaltering praise from mass media.
Both Charli XCX and Rina Sawayama are ready to take their careers to another level. But first, they have to partake in weird, ritualistic crap. The Beg For You video is all about that.
The coven is led to a place where something unholy is about to happen.
I hope you’ve been noticing that the elite has been increasingly open about its obsession with drinking human blood.
The initiation ritual is complete and another crappy video is released to the world.
After years of hard work in the music industry with albums leaning towards innovation and experimentation, Charli XCX wanted to go mainstream. So she made mainstream music. More importantly, she complied with the industry’s requirements of selling her soul and pushing a sick agenda. The result is Crash – an album surrounded by over-the-top Illuminati madness.
Some might argue that Charli’s act is so blatant that it is actually satirical, a second-degree comment on the state of the industry. That might be a way of seeing things. However, the end result is the same: Through her works, Charli propagates in popular culture the same messages, the same symbolism, and the same satanic “energy” as others.
With that being said, did the soul-selling work out for Charli? At first glance, yes. She’s enjoying that sweet mass media attention.
But was it worth it? I’ll let Charli’s own Instagram post answer that question.
I guess not.