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Taio Cruz Releases Acoustic Video for 'Fast Car'

December 29, 2012 (6:15 am) GMT
The pop/R'n'B artist performs an acoustic version of his single 'Fast Car'.

Mega-platinum artist comes out with an acoustic rendition of his latest single "Fast Car", performing it on the rooftop of the snazzy Vegas-style Hollywood nightclub, backed by a lone guitarist. "Fast Car" is a track from his album "", first released in December 2011 in Germany, and this month in the U.K. and the U.S.

Cruz has developed the habit of posting acoustic performances online. He started with simple homemade videos of his and covers, then moving up to higher-quality versions with his covers. Prior to his new "Fast Car" clip, which comes out via ET Online, he also made an acoustic version of his own biggest hits "Break Your Heart" and "Dynamite", the highest-grossing track in the history of Island Def Jam, his own record label.

The British songwriter and record producer is also an occasional rapper and entrepreneur. His debut album "Departure" is something he wrote, arranged and produced himself. His sophomore album "" brought him fame via the singles "Break Your Heart" and "Dynamite".

He has collaborated with artists and for the single "Dirty Picture" and with and on his single "Higher". Last year, Cruz composed and recorded "Telling the World", the lead single on the soundtrack of the animated movie "". He named his latest album "TY.O" as such in his frustration at people constantly mispronouncing his name.

Taio Cruz's "Fast Car" Music Video

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