K-pop singer Holland returned today (July 6) with his second single “I’m Not Afraid.”
A smooth, house-infused EDM track, the song is an autobiographical anthem celebrating Holland’s mindset. The reverberating “I’m not, not afraid anymore” hook resonates throughout the track as the singer takes ownership of his identity.
The music video for “I’m Not Afraid” features Holland, who is openly gay, and a group of friends living it up at a retro-inspired party, disco ball and all. With a diverse cast that depicts people of multiple races and genders -- a rarity in many K-pop music videos -- and overflowing with free love, "I'm Not Afraid" culminates with Holland and a man, along with several other couples at the party, engaging in a major makeout session.