Kardinal Offishall gives all praise to the woman in his life on his remix to Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin Bout You.” The Toronto rude boy shouts out fellow Canadian Drake (“Her buzz is like Drizzy after So Far G“) and plots an early retirement so he can live in bed with his lady.
Kardinal Offishall bounces back with the first official single from his new album Mr. International featuring his “Dangerous” collaborator Akon. “Always at the body shop, working on that beautiful figure,” Akon sings over the heart pounder, guaranteed to get the ladies motivated for summer.
Estelle launches into space in her new video for “Freak,” the first single from her third album All of Me. The club jam gets an out-of-this-world treatment from director Nabil Elderkin (Kanye West). The British fashion maven rocks several daring looks including a Missy Elliott-inspired trash bag outfit, while Kardinal Offishall joins her in a galaxy far, far away.
Estelle may be a lady in the streets, but she’s a freak in the sheets. The British songstress unleashes her inner “Freak” on the first single from her third album All of Me. The club-banging David Guetta production samples Soul II Soul’s 1989 hit “Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)” and features Canadian rapper Kardinal Offishall. The fashion-forward video, originally scheduled to premiere today, has been delayed until further notice.
The freaks come out on set of Estelle’s video for “Freak,” the first single from her third album All of Me. The fashion chameleon covers herself in body paint and dons various avant-garde outfits in the Nabil Elderkin-directed clip, co-starring an uncomfortable Kardinal Offishall.
“It’s a very sexual song. I wanted to kinda take it away from being about sex and more about bringing out your inner freak,” explains Estelle. “It’s kinda a metaphor for how you control your life, so you have your different personalities. You bring them out when you need to.”
The video for “Freak” premieres Friday at 4 p.m. EST.
Kardinal Offishall helps the Pussycat Dolls shake up their latest single with the urban remix to “Bottle Pop.” The song is the latest single off PCD’s Doll Domination. Snoop Dogg can still be heard on the reworked beat.