The former Pussycat Dolls lead singer releases the clip to the new track off her sophomore solo album.
Pop singer and dancer Nicole Scherzinger has just unveiled the full music video of her newest track "Boomerang", released in quick succession, following the release of the dance track's audio file some hours ago and prior to that, a 30-second plus teaser clip yesterday. Contrary to earlier reports, the former The Pussycat Dolls lead singer dropped the 3-minute plus clip via Vevo earlier than its previously announced release date slated for next week.
The mostly black-and-white video started with Scherzinger wearing a peculiar blue and pink blazer as she danced in front of a wall filled with spotlights. After the initial "colored" outfit, the rest of the clip showed her in different black ensembles, dancing to the up-tempo tune about not giving up on love. Then, the entire music video was creatively filled with digital images and computer-aided effects.
In the midst of her solo outing, Scherzinger confessed she wanted to be reunited with her Pussycat Dolls group. "I love the girls, I miss them, I wish them the best. I don't see why it wouldn't be possible sometime in the future." Since disbanding from her singing group, Scherzinger served as a judge on the U.K. edition of the hit TV reality singing competition "The X Factor".
Scherzinger also gushed about his boyfriend, Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton and his recent foray into music, "He loves music. He's always loved music since he was young and he plays the guitar so he's been recording some tracks, doing his thing for fun". The 34-year-old singer also hinted about his upcoming work, saying, "It sounds amazing. I mean, I don't get to hear much of it because they're in the process of it and I want to be respectful and give him his creative space."
Nicole Scherzinger's "Boomerang" Music Video