The 1980s-themed video, directed by John Colombo, will see the songstress rocking big hair and riding a glowing bike.
Keyshia Cole and Juicy J are readying a music video for their collaboration, "Rick James". Fuse recently visited the two stars in the video filming set and later treated fans with a behind-the-scene look at the upcoming visuals.
In the clip, Cole is seen rocking big hair as she rides a glow-in-the-dark vintage bicycle. "I wanted this to be as fun as possible because I've never really [done] a song like that," she says in the video.
Juicy then adds, "Keyshia's a genius, man. She comes in and she knows what she wants. She make it happen." John Colombo serves as a director. The full video is expected to arrive later this month.
"Rick James" is the lead single off her new album, "Point of No Return". The record has also been preceded by "Next Time (Won't Give My Heart Away)". In addition to Juicy, the follow up to 2012's "Woman to Woman" will feature Cole's collaborations with the likes of Mike WiLL Made It, Birdman, Future, Wale and R. Kelly.