Mizgin ditches an ex in 'If I Said I'm In Love (Suicide)' video | EW.com


EW video premiere: Mizgin ditches an ex in 'If I Said I'm In Love (Suicide)' -- exclusive

From Max Martin to Tove Lo, Sweden knows the secret formula for ultra-catchy pop music, and its latest export, Mizgin, is no exception. Her foot-tapping earworm, “If I Said I’m In Love (Suicide)” will have you grooving through the weekend, and EW has the exclusive video premiere right here. In the video for her “I’m over you” anthem, Mizgin lounges around the house and gets dolled up for a shoot (as pop stars usually do), while promising to let her toxic ex go for good.

Mizgin’s last video, “Get You Off,” shot to No. 1 on the Swedish charts upon its release. She first came on the scene in 2008 after auditioning for Körslaget, a Swedish television show in which seven celebrities look to their own hometowns to find singers for their own choirs. Mizgin’s team eventually won the competition, and she’s been climbing the pop ladder ever since.