Mindless Behavior Premieres New Music Video 'Keep Her on the Low'
Pop/hip-hop boyband Mindless Behavior debuted a music video for "Keep Her on the Low", the first track off their sophomore album "All Around the World" set to be released on March 12. In the new clip, the quartet of Prodigy, Princeton, Ray Ray and Roc Royal show off their trademark R'n'B/pop fusion and tight choreography combo.
Directed by Eric White, the almost-four-minute clip shows the boys dressing up in more formal wear than their usual casual teen get-ups, for an "MB Takeover", "a mission to give a secret performance for all Mindless Behavior fans." For the track, they enlist the help of singer-songwriter Sean Garret, who also appears suited up for the video.
Cast as special agents, Princeton explained about the storyline for the sleek new video. He said, "We come into this abandoned warehouse and we find this briefcase and our manager, a.k.a. Agent Walter Millsap, is giving us directions on how to get on top of the roof in five minutes to throw a house party."
While currently embarking on their 25-city "#1 Girl Tour" in support of their debut album, the four teens are gearing up for their own teen revolution with the second studio set. "Now that we've traveled around the world, the second album, the concept is trying to get not just girls, but boys and adults but everybody, to follow our teen revolution. And we're looking for all of our fans all around the world so that's our movement," they said.
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