The musician and his fiancée star together in his violent new video about ex-girlfriends

By Jessica Wedemeyer
Updated February 14, 2011 05:15 PM
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Cisco Adler is ready to put his ladies’ man image behind him.

The musician and producer, who’s been previously romantically linked to Mischa Barton and Paris Hilton, is now engaged to model Barbara Stoyanoff, and the couple are set to wed this month.

“I have found one beautiful lady that I want to spend the rest of my life with,” says the Whitestarr frontman. Of his bad-boy rap, he says simply, “It is what it is.”

The couple, who have been together for three years since meeting through mutual friends in New York, plan to wed in the Los Angeles area by the end of February. “We’re in the wedding crazy-planning stage,” Adler tells PEOPLE. “It’s exciting, [and] I’m ready.”

Gushing about his bride-to-be, Adler adds, “Behind every good man, there’s a great woman, so that’s the reason I’m getting married. She’s just the dopest, so we get along whether it’s work or play.”

And the couple have worked together. In fact, Stoyanoff stars with her fiancé in his new short film, a music video for “Song for All the Girls,” in which the real-life lovers play out a much different story.

In the video, a metaphor for his past relationships, Adler kills two ex-girlfriends before shooting a third, played by Stoyanoff.

“The real concept behind the song is that I may have said ‘I love you’ to a bunch of girls, but it wasn’t real till the one I just found,” according to Adler, who says the video is influenced by the grindhouse styles of film directors Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez.

Despite the violent nature of the concept, Adler says his bride-to-be was excited to star in the film along with their model friends, Melissa Brown and Lydia Hearst, to whom Adler was also once romantically linked.

They all know me very well,” says the musician. “They know my sense of humor, so I think they were like, Let s go!’ ”

Ironically, the video premiered online this Valentine s Day morning. “It’s the anti-Valentine,” Adler says. “Everything I do is with a wink and a smile. I hope people know that, [and] I think all the people who are lonely on Valentine’s Day will get a kick out of it.”