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Omarion Unveils Steamy 'Work' Music Video

March 6, 2014 (8:26 am) GMT
The Maybach Music Group artist surprises his girlfriend when he appears at her office and leaves after doing it briefly on her desk.

has dropped the official "Work" music video for fans' viewing pleasure. Arriving on Wednesday, March 5, the four-minutes visuals opens with the Maybach Music Group artist making out with his girlfriend in the bedroom.

After she leaves for work, the singer gets ready and gives his lady a little surprise by appearing at her office. He locks the door and shows his girl that he can do whatever he wants anywhere and anytime. He leaves somewhere else after doing it briefly on her desk.

"Work" features Omarion's smooth vocals over moody and dragging synths produced by Eric Hudson. Following up single "You Like It" which was dropped last month, the track will appear in the star's "" album that's due out this summer.

Omarion recently announced that he and his girlfriend, singer/songwriter Apryl Jones, were expecting their first child. The 29-year-old dad-to-be proudly shared the video of the ultrasound on Instagram and captioned it, "Say hi :) #comingsoon #thelegacybegins @aprylsjones is my heart, what a great gift! #ecstatic."

The expectant mother later hinted that she and Omarion would be parents to a baby boy, tweeting, "Hi daddy @1omarion another king is born. #greatestdad #NewMom."

Omarion's "Work" music video

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