May 31, 2013 06:26:14 GMT
The 'Glee' star unveils the clip to the first single off his forthcoming new album 'Where It All Began'.
After releasing his first single "It Don't Mean a Thing" from his upcoming new album "Where It All Began" earlier this month, multi-talented artist Matthew Morrison premieres its music video just days before the album arrives on June 4. The 34-year-old actor brings his lethal combo of Broadway-polished singing and dancing skills to his new clip, which got into mainstream TV by way of his role as Will Schuester on the hit series "Glee".
"Tomorrow...'Something's coming, I don't know what it is, But it is, Gonna be great!' Stay tuned!" Morrison excitedly tweeted about the premiere of his new music video. The "Hairspray" stage actor was in his element throughout the visuals, looking ever so comfortable in his blue-gray suit with white loafers ensemble as he delivered a rousing and well-choreographed song and dance performance with more than a few dancers backing him up.
"Where It All Began" can't be more perfect as a title of his new album, as Morrison takes listeners to the music that honed him into what he is today, particularly before he came into prominence as the well-meaning music teacher Mr. Schuester on "Glee". It includes songs from some of the most popular productions in musical theatre: "The Wiz", "West Side Story", "My Fair Lady", "Oliver!" and "Guys & Dolls".
Among the tracks listed in his forthcoming record are such popular classics as "Singin' in the Rain", "The Lady is a Tramp", "Luck Be a Lady" and "Send in the Clowns".
Matthew Morrison's "It Don't Mean a Thing" music video