Watch The Video For Jason Derulo’s ‘Hands On Me’ Ft. Meghan Trainor
Jason Derulo has unwrapped the official music video for his acclaimed collaboration with Meghan Trainor, Hands On Me. You can watch it below.
Directed by Daniel Russell (SZA, Justin Timberlake, Missy Elliott), the colourfully clever visual sees both superstars trying out “The Simple Life” in a classic reality TV take-off, highlighted by a special appearance from the one and only Paris Hilton. The hit reality show starring Paris Hilton and bestfriend Nicole Richie, recently celebrated its 20 year anniversary.
Jason Derulo says, “I couldn’t remember the last time I had this much fun shooting a music video. Thank you to Paris and Meghan for making this so special.”
Meghan Trainor adds “I had so much fun shooting this video with Jason and paying homage to the queen, Paris Hilton and the Simple Life. Can’t believe I’m in a music video with these two legends!”
Hands On Me is available now via Atlantic Records. The track – which was teased across social media by both artists, and showcased by Derulo with a spectacular live performance on NBC’s America’s Got Talent – was met by critical applause from the likes of American Songwriter, which raved, “Derulo has made a career of consistently switching up his sonic direction. Both artists seem in their element on this nostalgic song.”
Last month saw Derulo kicking off the holiday season with his joyous new single, Closer to Christmas. The festive track marks the latest in his non-stop series of releases, including such hits as the tempo-changing smash, Slow Low (and the Latin-flavored Slow Low (Remix) [Feat. Yng Lvcas]) and the smoothly dynamic Glad U Came, joined by an official music video, directed by Derulo on location in beautiful Bali.
In addition, Derulo stripped back Glad U Came to create the ideal romantic theme for summer wedding season, Glad U Came (Acoustic Wedding Version). Other recent favorites include the sultry club-pop hit, When Love Sucks (Feat. Dido), interpolating Dido’s 1999 top 3 hit single, Thank You, famously sampled in Eminem’s classic Stan. The ultimate showcase for both artists’ signature approach towards club-ready pop anthems, the irresistibly energetic track is joined by an official dance video streaming at Derulo’s hugely popular YouTube channel.