The visuals for 'Harry' sees the songstress performing the song, which is pretty much a love letter to the One Direction member, along with her band.

AceShowbiz - Kelsy Karter recently caught people's attention thanks to her bizarre way of celebrating Harry Styles' birthday. However, it appears that the New Zealand singer isn't done with her birthday tribute to the British singer. She unearthed a new single entitled "Harry" along with its accompanying video on Monday, January 28.

Just like the title has suggested, the song is pretty much a love letter to Harry. "Harry/ I'm gonna make you love me/ You're gonna make me breakfast/ It's a secret just between us," she sings. "We can keep it low-key/ I ain't bein' funny/ You should be lucky/ To put your, put your velvet arms around me." Meanwhile, the retro visuals for the song shows her performing the track along with her band.

Further proving that the song is dedicated to Harry, she used a photo of a half-sliced kiwi as the artwork for the single. It was clear that the cover was a tribute to his hit song, "Kiwi". She additionally added a knife on the image.

"The song says it all, doesn't it? It's just my ode to him, I guess. I think he's amazing and, come on, he's like the best person on the planet," Kelsy said of the song in an interview with Billboard, before she continued gushing over the One Direction member. "I love that he's from the pop world and went and did a rock album and introduced kids to rock 'n' roll, to sounds they wouldn't have otherwise heard."

She added, "Everything he's doing is amazing and bold. I want to be a female version of that in my career." When asked whether he knows of her feeling, she replied, "I don't think so, no. Not yet."

Kelsy previously got a huge tattoo of his face on her cheek in celebration of his upcoming 25th birthday. Sharing pictures of the ink on social media, she wrote, "mama look what i made me do."

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