The club-themed music video is directed by Colin Tilley and follows Lloyd bringing home a female fan after his performance.
Lloyd and 50 Cent go clubbing in a music video supporting their joint track "Let's Get It In". The 24-year-old R&B singer invites one lady, among those many clubgoers, on to the stage and takes her home after he finishes his performance at the club.
"Let's Get It In" is one of the two singles confirmed for "King of Hearts", Lloyd's first studio installment since he left Irv Gotti's The Inc. and joined Interscope Records. The other song is called "Lay It Down" which peaked at No. 9 on Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
The new album is planned to be released sometime in February 2011. Other details about the record remain under wraps, he said back in September 2009, "I'm working with Lil Wayne again, Jim Jonsin, Young Jeezy, Keri Hilson, Cool & Dre, and Rick Ross."