Nelly Furtado gives up her ego in the music video for her new single 'Manos Al Aire' a.k.a 'Hands in the Air'.
A music video supporting Nelly Furtado's new single titled "Manos Al Aire" has made its round. It starts with a scene where Nelly is seen driving an army jeep around the neighborhood with a capture of her involving in a heated argument with her boyfriend intercepting. At the end, she is seen giving up her ego by showing up on his doorstep and making it up to him.
"Manos Al Aire" means "Hands in the Air" if it is translated into English. Described as a song "about surrendering to love", the track is confirmed 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."
Nelly Furtado's "Manos Al Aire" music video