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Video Premiere: Jazmine Sullivan's '10 Seconds'

November 13, 2010 (6:39 am) GMT
Fed up with all the lies her boyfriend has told her, Jazmine Sullivan gives him no more than 10 seconds to free himself.

Better not do wrong since you don't know what she is capable of. In a newly-debuted music video for her new single "10 Seconds", the R&B/soul singer shows what she does in seeking revenge on her cheating boyfriend. She ties him up, straps a bomb on his body, and dares him to escape before she loses control of herself and pushes the button.

The song serves as the second single from her upcoming second studio album "" which is going to come out across United States on November 30. In counting down to the album release, a new song from the effort will be unveiled every Monday and Thursday on her Facebook.

In another news, Jazmine Sullivan will be honored with Rising Star Award at the 2010 Billboard Women in Music Event on December 2 in New York. She will be handed the honor alongside 's female vocalist aka Fergie who is feted with Billboard's Woman of the Year Award.

Last year's Rising Star Award recipient was , and Sullivan is happy to follow her footsteps. "I admire Lady GaGa, so to be honored in a category that she was once in is such a rewarding feeling," she said. "When I heard the news, I was so happy. I feel honored to be chosen as this year's Rising Star."

Jazmine Sullivan's "10 Seconds" music video

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