Taio Cruz Commands Cars and Girls in New ‘Believe in Me Now’ Video
Taio Cruz is getting ready to release his forthcoming album, 'TY.O,' in December, and now a new track from the LP has surfaced, along with a video in which the 28-year-old commands everything from cars to girls.
The footage for this new track seems like an extended commercial for Ferrari, complete with models in flowing dresses and stark white backdrops. Later, Cruz gets caught up in an isolated dance party and stands unnerved as two cars smash into a wall on either side of him.
If you don't understand the concept, you're not alone. From what we can gather, the video simply reflects Cruz's extreme level of awesomeness. Chicks? Check. Cars? Check. Sexy dance party? Obviously. There's no lack of testosterone in this clip, that's for sure.
'TY.O' is the British star's third album, following 2009's 'Rokstarr,' which boasted the singer's hit songs 'Dynamite' and 'Break Your Heart.' The three-letter title for the disc is a phonetic representation of his first name, which, according to the artist, people generally mispronounce. "The album title hopefully gets people to say my freekin name right lol. Get it... TY….O," he tweeted on Monday.
Watch the Taio Cruz 'Believe In Me Now' Video