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Nelly Furtado Hits 'Parking Lot' in New Music Video

September 18, 2012 (9:22 am) GMT
The 'Powerless (Say What You Want)' hitmaker dances against the blinking headlights of cars and sings in the backseat in this visuals.
Nelly Furtado Hits 'Parking Lot' in New Music Video

releases a new music video in support of her song "Parking Lot". Reflecting the song's title, the clip features the folk and R&B songstress hitting a parking lot full of customized Mini Coopers. The Canadian artist is seen dancing against the cars' blinking headlights in some scenes, and sitting among stuffed animals in the backseat in some other shots.

"Parking Lot" is the third single of Furtado's fifth studio installment "", which hits the stores across the United States on September 18. The song was produced by Rodney Jerkins and the accompanying clip was directed by Ray Kay, who has also worked on music videos for such A-listers as , , and .

The "Say It Right" singer recently said the visuals was a throwback to her teenage years and was a reminiscent of "good times in my hometown, sort of like my own take on 'Summer of 69'."

Meanwhile, to Daily Mirror, she opened up how being a mom changed the way she saw her career. "From [her daughter Nevis Chetan's birth] forward I've been looking at my career in a more professional way," so she claimed. "Before, I was just floating down the river and not really sure what I was doing."

Nelly Furtado's "Parking Lot" music video

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