Hip-hop rapper and producer Timbaland collaborates with R&B singer Ne-Yo for song "Hands in the Air" which was released last month. The pair has premiered a music video for the single which is featured on soundtrack of new dance movie, "Step Up Revolution".
The video is set inside a dance club with a large crowd of people partying and moving their bodies to the beat of the bass thumping track. The famed artists are seen lounging around the club in their very swag outfits while watching everyone dance.
The video is splashed with a lot of colors, literally. Near the end of the song, the dancers are doused in different colors of paint as they continue to dance along to the upbeat track.
As a special treat, Kathryn McCormick, the actress and dancer who tackles the lead role of Emily in the upcoming film also appears in the video. She flirts with Timbo at the bar and breaks into a sexy number using chairs with other female dancers. Clips from some of the dance scenes from the movie are also shown in the music video.
"Step Up Revolution" is the fourth movie in the "Step Up" franchise. It follows 2010's "Step Up 3-D". The latest installment revolves around a group of dancers who use their dancing abilities in protesting and supporting their beliefs and principles. The movie is coming out in the United States on July 27.
Timbaland's "Hands in the Air" Music Video Ft. Ne-Yo
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