Beyoncé’s Brazilian fans will have more than a ticket to remind them that the superstar visited their country. The singer will reportedly shoot a video for her collaboration with Alicia Keys next week in the South American nation.
Keys will arrive in Brazil next week to film the video for “Put It in a Love Song” on Tuesday, February 9, in Rio de Janeiro, reports Brazilian newspaper O Dia. Beyoncé is currently playing shows in Brazil as part of her I Am… world tour.
According to the paper, the clip will be shot against the backdrop of Rio’s landscape, including a slum, a school, and the Sambadrome where Carnival parades are held. The two divas will be outfitted in Carnival-inspired costumes, including Swarovski headwear.
Rio has provided the backdrop for other notable videos such as Michael Jackson’s “They Don’t Care About Us,” directed by Spike Lee, and Snoop Dogg and Pharrell’s collaboration “Beautiful.”
“Put It in a Love Song” is the third single from Keys’ fourth album The Element of Freedom, which is currently No. 11 on the Billboard 200.
Source: Made in Brazil