Jason Derulo Finds a Keeper in ‘Fight for You’ Video
The clip opens with Derulo alone atop a roof, singing the hook that borrows from Toto's 1982 hit 'Africa': "It's gonna take a lot to drag me away from you / There's nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do / Just like the rain down in Africa / It's gonna take some time but I know you're worth fighting for / I'd fight for you."
During the "rain" lyric, the video cuts to a closeup of a showerhead, and then a wide shot of Derulo and his love interest getting steamy in the shower. The song is about a committed relationship, and the video expands on that theme by showing the couple traveling together. They dine in restaurants, throw back shots, ride the subway and dance in front of buskers.
The last minute of the video includes clips of Derulo dancing at night on a bridge with a city skyline behind him, mixed in with more clips of the happy couple. It looks as though these two are going to live happily ever after.
'Fight for You' is the fourth video from Derulo's latest effort, 'Future History,' following 'Don't Wanna Go Home,' 'It Girl' and 'Breathing.'
Watch the Jason Derulo 'Fight for You' Video