Preview of Nelly Furtado's 'Manos Al Aire' Music Video

July 18, 2009 06:12:08 GMT

A short clip for Nelly Furtado's 'Manos Al Aire' music video has arrived, featuring her walking down the road.

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A music video for Nelly Furtado's brand new single "Manos Al Aire" has been made available to peek through its short snippet. It shows the singer walking down the road while singing the song to the camera.

"Manos Al Aire" means "Hands in the Air" if it is translated into English. Being released since late June, the track is expected to be included in Nelly's upcoming Spanish studio album "Mi Plan" which is plotted to arrive in U.S. stores on September 29.

"'Mi Plan' is my first full collection of Spanish-language pop songs," Nelly says of the new album. "The songs explore themes of love and the rhythm of everyday life. The featured special guests will also add a unique touch to the album's sound. And I am delighted to be working with the entire Universal Latin team on this new project."

Apart from working on her own album, Nelly Furtado has also lent her vocals to Flo Rida's single called "Jump", which serves as a theme song for Disney Channel's 3-D comedy adventure movie "G-Force".

Clip of Nelly Furtado's "Manos Al Aire" music video:


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posted by RLM!!! on Jul 24, 2009
I'm waiting for this music video complete!! I LOVE NELLY FURTADO and all her music, I want to see this video!!!
posted by nidz on Jul 19, 2009
Manos al aire means HANDS in the air not your research people.
posted by dave on Jul 18, 2009
are you kidding me get it right manos al aire means hands in the air and you said hair(wtf)
posted by alejo on Jul 18, 2009
quiero el video completo ya!!!

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