Sneak Peek Video: Estelle Goes 'Freak' With Kardinal Offishall


Estelle
Freaky people in bizarre costumes are seen showing off some unusual dance moves for the video shoot of her Kardinal Offishall-featuring song.


Estelle is moving forward with another studio project. She already had a new song called "Freak" ready to roll out and recently filmed a music video for it. To match the theme of the song, the video is filled with people, including Estelle, acting freaky.

"It's a very sexual song. I wanted to kinda take it away from being about sex and more about bringing out your inner freak," she dished on the concept. "It's kinda a metaphor for how you control your life, so you have your different personalities. You bring them out when you need to."

The video is directed by Nabil Elderkin, the same man who made Kanye West's haunting video for his single "Coldest Winter". It is planned to be premiered this coming Friday, February 26 at 4 P.M. EST on Estelle's official website.

"Freak" is produced by acclaimed DJ/producer David Guetta and is confirmed to be included in Estelle's upcoming studio effort "All of Me". The song is promised to be made available for purchase sometime soon, while the album is yet to have any release date.



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