The music video sees Mr. Nice Watch visiting a therapist played by Missy Elliott to deal with his anxiety.
J. Cole has debuted a music video in support of his latest offering "Nobody's Perfect". The Roc Nation rapper is restless as he raps his verses in his bedroom and goes to a counseling to get whatever bothering him off his chest. Missy Elliott plays a wise therapist who assures him that he needs no worry because everybody has their own flaws.
"Nobody's Perfect" is taken from "Cole World: The Sideline Story" album, which was released last fall. The self-produced track samples Curtis Mayfield's song "Think", while its music video was directed by Colin Tilley.
Cole is going to kick off an eco-friendly college tour to promote his album this summer. "My music gives me a platform to reach a lot of young people," he said. "I'm happy to be partnering with REVERB to engage my fans and hope they'll get on board with these positive environmental messages."
J. Cole's "Nobody's Perfect" (feat. Missy Elliott) music video