In the 'Number One' music video, R. Kelly and Keri Hilson are seen taking over a radio station with their duet performance.
A music video for R. Kelly's new single "Number One" has just hit the web. The video captures Kelly and Keri Hilson hitting a radio station, taking the mics and singing to the new song.
"Number One" is confirmed to appear among new materials in Kelly's upcoming ninth studio album "Untitled". Its music video reportedly is directed by Chris Robinson and produced by DJ Skee.
Aside from Keri Hilson, Kelly also makes a duet with OJ Da Juiceman in another track titled "Superman High". Recently, he tweeted about filming a music video with Juiceman. "Getting ready to shoot video on Tues for 'Supa Man High' in ATL w/ OJ Da Juiceman," so he wrote.
Originally titled "12 Play: Fourth Quarter", R. Kelly's new album is plotted to be dropped sometime in September. It is aimed to follow up his 2007 effort "Double Up" which peaked at number one on Billboard Hot 200 by selling more than 935,000 copies in U.S. Other possible featured guests in the album include Flo Rida, Robin Thicke and The-Dream.
R. Kelly's "Number One" music video