In new music videos, Rihanna exclusively premiered her video “American Oxygen” on TIDAL and Jhene Aiko release a visual for “Eternal Sunshine.” Deets inside…
Last month Rihanna previewed her track “American Oxygen” during promos for NCAA March Madness and today we got the song’s full video.
The clip was directed by Darren Craig and features footage from significant moments in American history, including President Obama’s inauguration, 9/11 and images of famous leaders like Martin Luther King, Jr.
As the footage plays in the background, Rihanna sings the track in front of the American flag. There are even clips from the “Black Lives Matter” protests. For now, you have to watch the video over on TIDAL. We hope you got your subscription…
Click here to watch the video on TIDAL and in case you missed it, watch her live performance of the track at the NCAA March Madness and Final Four concert here.
In other new videos…
In the Jay Ahn-directed visual for her Key Wane-produced track “Eternal Sunshine,” Jhene Aiko reflects on a near-fatal car accident she had in 2013 with her daughter Namiko, sister Miyoko, and Namiko’s father O’Ryan.
As her head literally floats in space, hovering over her body and the accident, the viewer sees how the car-accident unfolded as scenes from Jhene’s childhood flash in the background.
Jhene dedicates the video to her brother Miyagi, who died of cancer in 2012. “To #4 from #5, you are my eternal sunshine.”