Featuring the N.E.R.D member, the music video revolves around a man's encounter with the law and his incarceration.
Rap duo Clipse and their collaborator Pharrell Williams share screen in a music video supporting their joint track "Life Change". The clip is full of sad, remorseful scenes, including footage of a man being arrested by a cop and put in a jail.
"Life Change" is taken from Clipse's third studio album "Till the Casket Drops" which was released in 2009. It comes from production hands of The Neptunes and features Kenna in addition to N.E.R.D's Pharrell.
Commenting on their partner Pharrell, Clipse once said, "He came through with the clean sweep at the end. We were basically like, we want hip-hop on steroids. We in a good space, we want that energy, we want that [feeling like] the first Clipse album. It was raw, a little bit more uptempo. It was hip-hop on steroids."
Clipse's "Life Change" music video