Vivian Green gives sexy sass in the colorful, summery visuals for her latest single “I Don’t Know.”
Released back in July as the first single off her new album VGVI, which is due out this Friday (Oct. 6), the songstress brings the tracks fusion of reggae and synth pop to life with the playful video, directed by Derek Blanks.
Featuring a sample of Art of Noise’s 1985 hit “Moments in Love,” the song chronicles the thoughts of a woman who thinks she could be falling in love. In the video, Green plays double roles, including a fan attending a block party and as Vivian the performer herself.
“‘I Don’t Know’ is a fun blend of R&B, reggae, and old school. It’s about a woman who thinks she’s in love, and she is having fun making that final decision,” says Vivian. “The song was a collaboration with my manager, producer, and co-writer, Kwame. If I had to describe it, I’d simply say it’s HOT.”
“I wanted to do something brighter and more upbeat,” she added. “If a song was sad, it needed to have a certain attitude, energy, and life to it. I’ve done sad songs. I love them, of course. However, I wanted to evolve.”
In addition to “I Don’t Know,” Vivian’s forthcoming LP will also feature the previously released sensual slow jam “Promise.”
Speaking about her sixth studio album, VGVI, Vivian mused: “I hope people can feel the emotion. When they hear it, I want them to be able to live with it. You can work out to it, cook to it, clean to it, and do all of those things we do. I want this to be one of those records that becomes a part of your life.”
Watch the sexy video for “I Don’t Know” above.