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Jennifer Hudson Debuts 'Walk It Out' Music Video Ft. Timbaland

June 17, 2014 (4:43 am) GMT
In the Director X-directed visuals, the singer finds love as she walks through the streets in a white crop top, tight pants and funky sneakers.
Jennifer Hudson Debuts 'Walk It Out' Music Video Ft. Timbaland

has debuted a music video for her collaboration with , "Walk It Out". Shot in New York by Director X, the clip sees the singer walking through the streets in a white crop top, tight pants and funky sneakers.

J-Hud is featured showing off some impromptu choreography in a hair salon and meeting a man who eventually wins her heart. Also making appearances in the clip are Timbaland, who raps his verses in a different location, and the 32-year-old songbird's husband David Otunga.

" 'Walk It Out' reflects the 'J-Hud' in me. Every bit of it is a reminder and a connection of where I come from," Hudson said of the track recently.

"Who better to help me reconnect to that than Timbaland and his team? We co-wrote the song together so I'm singing my words. It's my take; my perspective. It's my music and I can't wait to share that with my fans," she added.

The sexy track is the second offering from Hudson's forthcoming third studio album. The yet-to-be-titled set is expected to be released later this year via RCA Records.

Jennifer Hudson's "Walk It Out" (feat. Timbaland) music video

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