Naturi Naughton goes to school, while Collins Pennie is out to the club in the 'Fame' music video.
Naturi Naughton and Collins Pennie team up, singing "Fame" which is used as an anthem for a movie of the same name. In a bid to support the track, a music video has just been unveiled for public viewing pleasure.
The video sees Naturi singing the song inside a cab on her way to the New York City High School of Performing Arts, and Collins partying at a club. Moreover, scenes from upcoming film "Fame" are also included.
A 1980 song, "Fame" was originally sung by Irene Cara and used as a soundtrack for Alan Parker's Oscar winning flick of the same name. Beside being re-recorded by Naturi and Collins, it was also covered by Kristen Bell at 2005 Emmy Awards and Willa Ford at an episode of "Dancing with the Stars".
Supported also by Debbie Allen, Kelsey Grammer and Megan Mullally among others, "Fame" is scheduled to come out in U.S. theaters on September 25, the same day its soundtrack album hits stores across the country.
Naturi Naughton and Collins Pennie's "Fame" music video