Maybach O goes topless in the sultry visual for “Paradise.” MMG’s main crooner makes himself the main attraction as the camera moves in and out of focus.
“Paradise” finds the singer re-connecting with L.A.’s The Top Shelf Company, who helmed the shoot for his “Admire” video.
O’s latest visual looks like an ode to Usher’s shirt-ripping tantrum in “Confessions,” and Nas’ moments of solitude in “One Mic.” This time around there’s no sign of pop-locking, and other choreography from the 28-year-old, since the lyrics call for a slower display of his talents. Also, when there’s a chopped-and-skrewed insertion of “face down a** up, that’s the way we like to f-ck” in your song, breaking into a full fledged dance routine would be out of place.
Since signing to Maybach B2K’s former lead singer has been putting in plenty of work, dropping the Care Package EP last November, and plans to release his fourth solo album, Love and Other Drugs, sometime this year.
Take a trip to Omarion’s interpretation of “Paradise” below.