Jay Park dropped a music video for his Ask Bout Me monitor “Sexy four Eva” yesterday (Sept. 25), and used it as a possibility to focus on his hometown of Seattle.
The music video, directed by JJ Augustavo, was filmed in Seattle in June and options individuals from all walks of life doing doing their very own issues as they stay "Sexy four Eva." The photographs change off between the topics of the brief movie and Park performing the motivational, clean hip-hop monitor whereas overlooking town and simply typically chilling. “They tried to inform me you’ll be able to't all the time have it your means/They tried to maintain me out of sophistication up within the hallways/They tried to inform me that your seems will fade some day/Maybe you, not me bitch,” sings Park, “Imma be attractive eternally.”
In an interview with Billboard in July, Park stated that he anticipated “Sexy four Eva” to be probably the most “well-received” track off of Ask Bout Me. “It doesn’t matter which race, anyone can sort of relate to being assured and having that angle and feeling good about your self," he stated.
Along with being a mirrored image of Park's philosophy and his hometown, the music video and track additionally function nods to the artist’s profession. “Sexy four Eva” was produced by longtime Park collaborator Cha Cha Malone, and contains a shout-out to Park’s and Malone's label H1GHR Music. Meanwhile, the music video features a transient cameo from Eric Nam, who’s credited as a part of the “Sexy Forever Crew <three” on the finish of the video.
Ask Bout Me was launched in July and is Park's first album underneath Roc Nation. The hip-hop artist obtained his begin in South Korean boy band 2PM again in 2008 and has pursued a solo profession since 2010. He signed with Roc Nation final 12 months.
Park additionally launched the only “V” earlier this month.
Watch Jay Park’s music video for “Sexy four Eva” beneath.