Today, Canadian Country Artist Sarah Wickett, released the music video for her new ‘Desi Pop-Country tune “Momma’s Boy”.
“Momma’s Boy” was filmed in Sarah’s hometown, Beaverton, Ontario, and brought to life with the help of Barmilan Films. The music video captures the realities of being in an interracial relationship, and follows the story of two couples struggling to stay together, dealing with cultural differences, family expectations, and interfering mothers!
“The music video showcases interracial couples capturing two completely different relationships, but despite the difference, the couples are facing the same issue – their inteferring mothers. I sing about a very relatable experience which transcends cultural boundaries, in a way that also transcends musical genres,” said Sarah.
After moving from Beaverton to Toronto to enroll in the Journalism program at Humber College, Sarah became immersed in the musical city, fueling her determination to pursue her dream of making it in the music industry. Shortly after, she turned her dream into a reality and released her self-titled EP, launching her into the country music scene, and earning her showcases at Canadian Music Week and the 2017 Canadian Country Music Awards. This led to her sharing the stage with other well known artists such as Bobby Wills and Wes Mack, and performances at incredible venues including The Opera House, Casino Rama, and festivals all across Ontario.
Sarah continued to release more music, including two of her most successful songs to date, ‘What We Do’ and ‘Accent’, which earned over 300,000 streams in 2020. She continued to push the envelope in 2021, releasing the singles; ‘Potential’ and ‘Two Feet’. She was also named the Ontario Artist of the Month by the Country Music Association.