The quartet mixes their trademark choreography with some Jodeci and New Edition in the brand new clip.
Pop/hip-hop boyband Mindless Behavior drops a brand new music video and it's for their track "Used to Be", the latest single from their album "All Around the World". Prodigy (II), Princeton, Ray Ray and Roc Royal show their more grown-up side on the clip, where they spice up their dance moves with some '80s and '90s flavor.
"The choreography is very Mindless mixed with Jodeci mixed with New Edition," described Princeton, using the '90s quartet of K-Ci & JoJo and the R'n'B group of Bobby Brown as references. "You're definitely gonna see our grown man side here," he assured fans about what's in store for them in the Walter W. Millsap III and Phil The God-directed clip.
The track is indeed more mature than some of their older hits, as the quartet reminisces about past relationships as they sing "used to be like Jay and Beyonce / Brad and Angelina / Haven't let the gossip and the rumors come between us." Princeton added, "It feels good to actually show the fans the real us, the real age, and how we're maturing over time."
After "Keep Her on the Low" and "All Around the World", "Used to Be" is the third track to be released from their sophomore album which the foursome will further promote via their tour that kicks off on July 3. Apart from their music, Mindless Behavior has also tried their hand in film acting, appearing in the upcoming baseball-themed flick "Bad Behavior" starring Mike Epps.
Mindless Behavior's "Used to Be" music video