Lloyd‘s latest LP ‘King Of Hearts’ may not be ruling the charts, but that could soon be set to change with the debut of ‘Dedication To My Ex’ – the latest visual from the album. A critic and fan favorite, the Andre 3000-assisted cut showcases Lloyd’s often overlooked vocal ability, while (of course), allowing the R&B crooner to stay close to a topic that is near and dear to many-a-young R&B crooner’s heart.
Premiering moments ago on 106 & Park, the Brian Barber-directed clip sees Young Goldie shine with felines in a retro-50s/60s setting while being accompanied by a rapping cat (yes, you read that right) and a cameo from TV personality Wayne Brady.
Without further adieu, check out the ‘Southside’ singer’s dedication to a special person’s ‘south side’ after the jump:
Purr-fect! Gives you a bit of a Cee-Lo feel, but that’s certainly ok. From the dancing, to the colors, and just overall feel of the video, this is by far one of the better offerings from the former ‘The Inc’ crooner. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Lloyd does have a very solid vocal delivery. Unfortunately, like most of his contemporaries, he (often) delivers so much of the same fluff that its hard to separate him from the crowd. Either way, here’s hoping his future efforts boast less panty-dropping numbers (no matter how well they’re delivered) and more substantial content.