Offering self-empowered visuals, the Rich Lee-directed video sees The Pussycat Doll struggling to cope with her broken heart.
Nicole Scherzinger has released a music video for another new single "Don't Hold Your Breath". After posing as a venomous woman and kicking bad guys in "Poison" clip, now The Pussycat Dolls star shows her vulnerable side. She cries over a break-up, wailing on a moving car but never looking back at what she left.
A beautiful woman with luscious body, Nicole makes sure to tease her asset to her fans. Previously slipping into her superhero costume in a telephone booth of the "Poison" video, the 32-year-old singer now strips at the back of her ride in this Rich Lee-directed clip.
"Don't Hold Your Breath" is expected to make the cut to Nicole Scherzinger's first solo studio album which suffered a lot of push-backs and now is yet to have any release date either.
Nicole Scherzinger's "Don't Hold Your Breath" music video