Video: Jennifer Hudson - 'Remember Me'

  /  04.10.2017

Still sizzling from her “Mr. DJ” video with Ma$e, Jennifer Hudson releases a visual for her new single, “Remember Me.”

The clip finds the glamorous songstress reminiscing about an old romance. “Do you remember me in those moments just before you sleep?” she asks. “I know you remember me.” After ruminating on nostalgia, Hudson comes to the realization that she’s stuck in traffic.

Then, the “Voice UK” judge gets out of her car and joins acrobatic dancers inside of a garage. After dancing through the night and showcasing her powerful vocals along the way, Jennifer is reunited with her lover. They embrace as the video fades to black.

“Remember Me” is the lead single from Hudson’s upcoming Epic Records debut, the follow-up to 2011’s I Remember Me.

“As an artist, when I discover music that I connect with deeply, it brings me a sense of excitement that I can’t put into words,” she recently revealed. “That’s how I feel about ‘Remember Me.’ Everything about it is special — from co-writing it with Jamie [Hartman], to the recording process, to how it made me feel along the way. I just can’t wait to share it with the world.”

Earlier today, Hudson also revealed that “Remember Me” was inspired by Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner.

Next up, the Oscar winner can be seen alongside Adam Sandler in Sandy Wexler, which hits Netflix on Friday (April 14).


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