Rudy Mancuso & Maia Mitchell Drop Two Adorable Videos for 'Magic': Watch

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Rudy Mancuso & Maia Mitchell, "Magic"

Is there anything more heart-warming than a heartthrob singing their love over acoustic guitar? The only thing that makes it better is when that original musician's significant other actually hops on the tune and brings that love to life in three-dimensions. That's what we get with Rudy Mancuso's starry-eyed tune "Magic," featuring his girlfriend Maia Mitchell.

“As it pertains to music, I couldn’t be more excited for the future," Mancuso says in a press release. "I’ve been patient with my original music. I knew I wanted to kick off the year with a special release that really meant something to me. I also knew that I wanted it to be collaborative. Maia was the perfect partner for the project, and the song has since set the tone for many unique projects and collaborations ahead. 

"She would challenge me in ways I truly hadn’t anticipated," he continues. "The song and videos are direct products of that daring spirit. The project, as a whole, is very special."

"Magic" is beautiful and emotive, a song so nice they gave it a video twice. The YouTube stars gave one to their favorite platform, and you can see that below, but there's another one exclusive to Spotify which is even more fanciful and vibrant. You definitely want to check out both.

“Spotify is an amazing platform and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to create something unique for it,” Mancuso offers. “I’m very proud of both videos. I think they capture the true essence of the song and the underlying feelings that Maia and I experienced when making it."

Check out the YouTube version of "Magic" below, and definitely look out for more from Mancuso, a recent signee to Shots Studios, in the very near future. 

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