Kelis brings in wolves in the tribal-themed music video in support of her single 'Acapella' produced by David Guetta.
"Acapella" music video has arrived in full and it sees Kelis as the last woman standing on earth who adopts the tribal way of life. The video was filmed in Los Angeles with British director Chris Cottam and fashion photographer Rankin. Wolves are also brought forward in this clip.
"It has a really strong, universal, tribal vibe to it. When I say that, I mean it's no particular tribe; it's a little bit of everything," she told Rap-Up. "It's like if the world were to end and there was one woman standing, what would it be like?"
"It's not fashion-oriented at all. Actually, it's the complete opposite," she continued her explanation. "I think everything is over-fashioned up that it just becomes uninteresting, and when every artist has access to every designer and vice versa, it's no longer exciting or fun."
"Acapella" is produced by acclaimed DJ David Guetta and set to be included in Kelis' "Flesh Tone" which is due in June. Another song "22nd Century" was showcased at the Belvedere Music Lounge during the Winter Music Conference in Miami.
Kelis' "Acapella" music video
"22nd Century" live performance: