A music video in companion to Keri Hilson's latest single "Change Me" has been made available for peek through an almost one minute clip. It mostly highlights on Keri when she is singing the song while lying on the bed. There is also a scene where her collaborator Akon is making a cameo.
"Change Me" is taken from Keri Hilson's debut album "In a Perfect World..." which has been in stores since March 2009. Its music video is directed by Sarah Chatfield. Despite the fact that its preview has hit the web, the full-length video is yet to have any premiere date.
In the meantime, Keri Hilson has started working on her sophomore set. "2010 will be a very good year for myself ... At the end of this year  in December I'm going to lock down go in the studio. December / January / February I'm going to be working on my next album, and writing for other artists," she previously said.
The album is planned to be dropped on Memorial Day, May 31. "We're just getting into this," Interscope urban music head DJ Mormile told Billboard. "But we already have an idea of what we want to do. This album will continue the evolution of Keri, building off the hits 'Knock You Down' and 'Turning Me On' which helped define her. This new album will be 'Turning You On' times 10."
Update: The music video has arrived in full.
Keri Hilson's "Change Me" music video