From the making of Christina Milian's 'Us Against the World' music video, she and her love interest will be seen in a desert, probably becoming 'the last two people on Earth.'
On-the-set video footage showing the filming process of Christina Milian's music video for new single "Us Against the World" has arrived. The footage features the R&B singer standing next to Ray Kay, the guy who directed the video, offering her comment regarding her work with the Norwegian director.
Beside providing Christina's comment, the footage also presents a sneak peek into the music video itself. Shot in a desert, it sees her "in sand dunes" with her love interest. "We probably are the last two people on Earth," she told MTV.
"Really, I'm on my own and I'm searching, and finally he comes to me. I don't know where he's been, and he comes back to me. It's very timeless," Christina explained further. "When you see it, it's nothing like anything you'd see now. I want to be iconic in every music video that I do. I want to make a mark. This is very different." Described as a "very 'Mad Max' versus '300'," the video is expected to be premiered in late December.
"Us Against the World" will be listed on Christina Milian's upcoming not-yet-titled studio album. Written by herself, it was her first single since departing from Def Jam Records in 2006. Since released in October, the song reached number 73 on Billboard Pop 100 Airplays chart.
Christina Milian filming "Us Against the World" music video: