n Watch: Indonesian singer Stephanie Poetri releases ‘80s-themed music video for ‘I Love You 3000 II” featuring GOT7’s Jackson Wang - Coconuts

Watch: Indonesian singer Stephanie Poetri releases ‘80s-themed music video for ‘I Love You 3000 II” featuring GOT7’s Jackson Wang

Stephanie Poetri and Jackson Wang don the Iron Man costume in the music video for ‘I Love You 3000 II’. Screenshot from Youtube/88rising
Stephanie Poetri and Jackson Wang don the Iron Man costume in the music video for ‘I Love You 3000 II’. Screenshot from Youtube/88rising

Remember the viral hit I Love You 3000 by Indonesian singer Stephanie Poetri, with lyrics that may sound like a romantic misappropriation of the tear-jerking tender moment between Tony Stark and his daughter Morgan in Avengers: Endgame?

After joining music label and creative agency 88rising in August, the 19-year-old singer re-released the duet version of the song featuring Jackson Wang, the Hong Kong member of K-pop boyband Got7. Now titled I Love You 3000 II, the song is included in the label-wide album Head in the Clouds II, which was released last weekend.

There are several changes in the lyrics, most notably in the intro, where “Baby take my hand, I want you to be my husband” became less lovey-dovey as, Baby, take my hand, I want you to be my best friend.”





The ‘80s-themed music video for the song was released last night, showing Stephanie and Jackson being total BFFs by doing crafts, decorating a cake, and singing karaoke together. Towards the end, Stephanie and Jackson don the Iron Man costume.

Stephanie, daughter of Indonesian diva Titi DJ, shot to fame thanks to the hit single I Love You 3000 and its music video, which has already been viewed 44 million times on Youtube since its release in June.

Since then, Stephanie has made a big move (literally) in her career. In August, she took to the stage for the second edition of the Head in the Clouds festival in LA organized by 88rising — the label behind Indonesia’s celebrated rapper Rich Brian and R&B singer-songwriter Nicole Zefanya AKA NIKI as well as former internet personality-turned R&B and trip-hop Japanese singer Joji, among others.

Head in the Clouds II album features the label’s artists collaborating with international acts, such as Rich Brian with K-pop singer Chung Ha in These Nights, NIKI and Thai singer-songwriter Phum Viphurit in Strange Land, and Joji with Jackson Wang, Jamaican-American electronic dance music trio Major Lazer and American rapper Swae Lee in Walking.

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