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Video Premiere: Far East Movement's 'Rocketeer' Ft. Ryan Tedder

November 2, 2010 (7:06 am) GMT
The West Coast boys take fans to Los Angeles, the 'Free Wired' place where they grew up and got inspirations for their music.

After tasting the success with "Like a G6", waste no time to move on to their second single "Rocketeer". In an effort to boost the sale, the Hip-Hop group premiere an accompanying music video which features their collaborator Ryan Tedder. Directed by Marc Klasfeld, it sees a girl kissing her boyfriend goodbye to move to Tokyo.

Beside offering love story, the video also brings viewers to the place where Far East Movement grew up in California. They wrote in their official site, "We wanted to take yall on a skate thru the Free Wired Downtown LA we livin in that inspires us daily, so the whole video was shot outside our cribs, the art galleries n cafes we chill at, where we grub, where we party and its filled with different dreamers we know around the way that make up a free wired LA..."

Produced by the Stereotypes and co-written by , "Rocketeer" appears in the band's debut album "" where dance track "Like a G6" is also included. Of the second single, one of the members J-Splif gushed, "Our next single is going to surprise a lot of Far East Movement fans in a great way. It's definitely outside the box for us, but we love to push our musical boundaries."

Far East Movement's "Rocketeer" music video

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