Video Premiere: Ne-Yo's 'One in a Million'


Video Premiere: Ne-Yo's 'One in a Million'
Superpower Ne-Yo works his charm on a girl he falls for with a little magic and some slick dance moves.


Ne-Yo has a crush on a woman in a music video for his latest single "One in a Million". Although the lady has repeatedly turned him down, he doesn't give up too easily. Busting some moves with his boys, he finally gets attention from the girl only before she turns on her heels as he is joined by three hot females.

Directed by SkeetScorsese / Wayne Isham, the music video features Ne-Yo as a man with superpower. Columbus Short, John Silver, Cliff McGhee and Galen Hooks play supporting roles in it. The clip ends with a cliffhanger in which his love interest yells at him, "What the hell's wrong with you?"

"One in a Million" music video is one of Ne-Yo's efforts to visualize "Libra Scale", his concept album which explores story behind money, fame, power and love. He has previously premiered two mini movies in support of "Beautiful Monster" and "Champagne Life", and possibly will continue "One in a Million" story in his next clip.

"Libra Scale" is expected to arrive in United States on October 19.

Ne-Yo's "One in a Million" music video

© AceShowbiz.com


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