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Mario and Nicki Minaj Debut 'Somebody Else' Music Video

July 9, 2013 (7:09 am) GMT
In the Alexandre Moors-directed video, the 'Let Me Love You' singer is seen lying down lifeless after his on-screen girlfriend Minaj pushes him out of the window.
Mario and Nicki Minaj Debut 'Somebody Else' Music Video

and have premiered the visuals for their collaboration, "Somebody Else". Directed by Alexandre Moors, the three-minute video opens with Mario lying down lifeless on top of a car while Minaj standing alone in a condo.

It is then revealed that Mario and Minaj are a couple who has an argument about their relationship. Viewers later find out that Minaj, who dons all-black outfit, decides to end the relationship for good by pushing her boyfriend out the window.

"Somebody Else" is a lead single off Mario's upcoming album, "Restoration". The R&B singer said that his fifth studio album would be "totally different" from its predecessor that failed to meet the success, 2009's ""

"[The new album]'s gonna be totally different than 'D.N.A.' Not typical R&B style but more like club songs. As you grow, you learn more about yourself and come upon things that touch people," he said. "What makes me happy most is that I've changed lives. I love to see people touched by my music. I love to see people touched by my growth."

Mario's new album is scheduled to hit the stores next fall.

Mario's "Somebody Else" (feat. Nicki Minaj) music video

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