Jeremih, Chris Brown, and Big Sean All Have Eyes for the Same Woman in New “I Think of You” Visual

R&B singer Jeremih is gearing up for the summer release of his fourth album, Later That Night. Ahead of the album’s debut, Jeremih has just dropped the first single, “I Think of You”, and accompanied it with some awesome 90s-inspired visuals. The Chicago native teamed up with past collaborator Chris Brown and the duo was joined by the rap stylings of Detroit’s very own, Big Sean. The music video for the upbeat track dropped Tuesday (April 25).

The “I Think of You” visuals, directed by Daniel Cz, sets the scene for a summer day in Brooklyn with a backdrop that feels cinematically like a mix between Everybody Hates Chris and the Spike Lee joint, Do The Right Thing. Jeremih and his crew are acting like stoop kids outside of a brownstone, watching the ladies that pass them by, until one woman catches the vocalist’s eye. He then begins to serenade her, following her as she walks down the street, in an effort to get her to swing his way.

However, his efforts are derailed when C. Breezy comes in and puts his spin on the record, laughing at Jeremih’s shut down before pursuing the beauty himself, smooth dance moves in tow with the intent to entice. She walks away from Brown to though, and encounters Big Sean who leaves a rowdy street game to talk to her a bit in the alleyway, with a mellow verse that feels short for a Sean Don feature, but one that is very impactful in the way that it ends. This should definitely make for a nice Summer ’17 hit.

This single is from Jeremih’s forthcoming album, which is the fourth since the initial debut of his eponymous LP back in 2009. His most recent project Late Nights included the standout hits “Oui”, “Planes”, and “Don’t Tell ‘Em”. If “I Think of You” is any indication, Later That Night should have quite a few hits in store for us too.

Watch the visuals for the Jeremih track below.

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Sheriden Chanel is a twenty-something writer, Beyoncé enthusiast, and lover of all things visual art. Keep up with her and her musings on social via @indiebyline.