A few weeks ago, Mary J. Blige shared a music video of her new single "Right Now," featuring footage of the R&B legend working in the studio with British electronic duo Disclosure, who produced the track. Today, Blige has shared yet another music video for this track, this time taking a more traditional route.
This new video features Blige performing the song in a tiny London club, intercut with footage of her singing to the camera and being driven to the club along some strangely empty streets. Disclosure does not make an appearance in the video, so this is all Mary.
You can check out the new music video for Blige's "Right Now" here:
"Right Now" will be included on Blige's upcoming studio album The London Sessions, which was recorded in London with a series of collaborators, including Disclosure, Emeli Sandé and Sam Smith, who co-wrote "Right Now" along with two more songs on the album.
The London Sessions is set for release Nov. 24 in the U.K. and Dec. 2 in the U.S. and will be Blige's second album of 2014, following her soundtrack to the film Think Like a Man Too, which was released in June.
"Right Now" is the third single to be released from The London Sessions, following "Therapy" and "Whole Damn Year." A duet with Smith, "Nobody But You," was also shared online.
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