Keiynan Lonsdale Releases Music Video for “Rhythm & Music”

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Keiynan Lonsdale

Keiynan Lonsdale has released the official music video for his song “Rhythm & Music”! The song comes from Lonsdale’s debut album Rainbow Boy. This marks the second music video from the album, following “Rainbow Dragon.”

The video focuses heavily on Lonsdale performing a routine to the song. Throughout, we see glimpses of Adam Saunders, in a role akin to a coach and/or choreographer. There are also fantasy-esque scenes interspersed that feature Lonsdale in disco-era costuming. Not only that, but the non-dancing scenes allow the video to lean into its unabashed queerness. Watch the video below.

Rainbow Boy debuted in May 2020. The album features a wide-range of musical flavors, as Lonsdale demonstrates his ability to create something wholly unique while paying homage to other styles. The album features singles “Rainbow Dragon” and “Gay Street Fighter.” It boasts 14 tracks total, all guaranteed to play on repeat day in and day out. He performed songs from the album for Billboard’s Virtual Pride in 2020 and the Outloud Music Festival in 2021.

Along with the album, Lonsdale has released several other singles, including “Preach” and “Kiss the Boy.” Several years ago, he posted a variety of covers on his YouTube channel. He’s an avid and passionate dancer, which often shines through whether he’s perfoming on stage, in a studio, or for a music video.

When he’s not singing and dancing, Lonsdale also acts. He’s known for his roles as Wally West/Kid Flash in The Flash and Bram Greenfeld in Love, Simon. In 2020, he co-starred in Netflix’s Work It. His next upcoming project is a rom-com titled My Fake Boyfriend, which he will star in with Dylan Sprouse.

Find all our coverage on Keiynan Lonsdale here. Rainbow Boy and the rest of Lonsdale’s music is available now on Apple Music, Spotify, and iTunes.

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