Jill Scott Debuts 'Shame' Music Video
ESSENCE Music Festival headliner Jill Scott has premiered a new funky music video for her latest single "Shame". It features some of her old friends making cameos, such as Eve who is featured on the track, and Black Thought from The Roots.
The video is reportedly directed by Devin Hampton and was shot in the Philadelphia neighborhood where Jill grew up. The location of the shoot is the Cecil B. Moore Recreation Center, where Jill spent her summers as a kid. When she heard the rec center was closing, Jill and her Blues Babe foundation paid for repairs on the center to keep it open.
"Shame" serves as the lead single from Jill Scott's forthcoming studio album "Light of the Sun" which is due later this year.
Jill Scott's "Shame" music video
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