After all the teases for Nicole Scherzinger and 50 Cent’s “Right There” music video, the clip has finally premiered. The song serves as the maybe-X Factor judge‘s first US single off forthcoming debut solo LP Killer Love. Head below to see if you think Pussycat Doll Nic and 50 are all killer or just filler in the colorful Paul Hunter-directed extravaganza!
For the record, we were big fans of Nicole’s two recent European singles, “Poison” and “Don’t Hold Your Breath” (particularly the latter). And while “Right There” is a decent enough jam, it doesn’t hold a candle to the dreamy DHYB.
Anyway, on with the video! Here we have Nicole marching around the concrete jungle that is Los Angeles while wearing various sexy outfits and busting a wide array of dance moves. And gotta love that product placement! (Yes, we see you, prominently-placed Belvedere bottle!)
Meanwhile, Fiddy spits rhymes like, “I like it when you’re freaky, I’m freaky / I’ll explore your body completely!” Poetry, pop fans. Pure poetry.
Things eventually erupt into a sultry dance party as Nicole and her ladies shake and grind in what appears to be an empty warehouse space-turned-nightclub.
All in all, “Right There” is upbeat, fun and breezy — everything that a springtime pop video should be.
What do you think of Nicole’s “Right There” clip? Is this a decent single to finally launch her debut solo album with?