This month has been an exciting one for fans of General Hospital alum Robert Palmer Watkins (ex-Dillon Quartermaine), who dropped his second single, "Clean Cut," on August 20 and just debuted the music video that goes with the song.
"On my new single, 'Clean Cut,' I talk about my multiple sides in this life experience," the actor, who goes by Palmer in the music world, shared on Instagram. "Not only because I'm a Gemini, as I mention in the song, but I have tremendous ups and downs. On social media, I admit I do try to portray the 'best version' of me, the clean-cut, highlight reel, and 'wins' (mostly for business purposes, but also my ego)."
He continued, "But to be real with you, there's been a lot of hurting, challenges, kinda dark times... and I feel it's my duty to share my pain as well, because the true gold can be found in honoring and overcoming it. So, in the first pic, you see the 'clean cut' Rob. In the second, you see the real me. Scrounging for money, driving Lyft, in between jobs and broke as [hell]."
Robert Palmer Watkins signed with B Martin's Purpose Driven Artists record label in the spring of 2021 and released his first single, "Waiting," in May.
Prior to forging a career in music, Watkins starred as GH's Dillon from 2015 to 2017. Some of his other credits include Last Three Days, Cupid's Match, Frat House Musical, Sketch Juice, Last Life, Green Valley, and The Walking Dead: World Beyond.
Check out the music video for "Clean Cut" below and let us know what you think in the Comments section at the end of the article.
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