In relationships, the friend zone isn’t the only area people can stumble into. Sometimes, we find ourselves in the grey zone between having “fun” and being committed.
R&B songstress Bridget Kelly addresses a romance just this way on her standout song “In The Grey,” off her brand new album Reality Bites. Today (May 1), BK unveils a black-and-white visual for the mid-tempo track, where she refuses to be stuck in an ambiguous love affair.
In the visual, directed by Isaac Yowman, Bridget sits at one end of a conference table interrogating her man about the complications in their relationship. “So you don’t really want a serious commitment?” she croons, later telling him she would rather him be truthful.
“Baby I’m peeping how you move / I know you heard what TLC do, well shit, baby I’m a ‘creep’ too,” she sings. “Keep it all between me and you / But I need TLC, too / And maybe just a little more attention / Try a little love and affection.”
“In the Grey” is the latest single off Kelly’s freshly-released album Reality Bites, which includes features from Chaz French, Ro James, and Jordan Bratton.
Watch the video above.