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Nicole Scherzinger Premieres Seductive New Music Video for ‘Bang’!

Following the release of her three previous singles (“Your Love,” “On The Rocks,” and “Run,”), Nicole Scherzinger keeps things moving with the music video premiere of “Bang”! The track serves as the fourth official single off her sophomore solo album Big Fat Lie, which is available in the U.K. now and is set to hit stores in the U.S. in early 2015. Directed by Anders Rostad, the clip sees the 36-year-old entertainer performing the seductive number in various silhouettes, while other scenes see her dancing closely alongside a male partner. It’s all very HOT HOT – Get into it!

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10 comments

  1. so sad to see she seems to keep hurrying up with releasing new singles. i am aware that’s how it goes, but it’s sad to see since she really does have good songs on this album. i thought on the rocks and run were great, and i think “god of war” would be a great choice and could have an amazing video. this one is just ok for me…

  2. keep on trying, Nico!

  3. Anytime your album sells less than 5,000 copies with 3 videos it is time to just give up. Where are those pussycat girls cause this ho desperately needs them…lol

  4. WASTE OF TALENT, bummer

  5. This is so sad… She should just give up..

  6. This is just embarassing….she needs a proper iomage and sound. I don’t understand why she doesn’t get that yet…:(

  7. im a big fan usually but it seems like she going down hill instead of up hill…. sad cause I was looking forward to her album but I may just choose a song or two to buy.

  8. I LOVE Nicole Scherzy!!! The album, Big Fat Lie is really good as a whole. But, this song is weak as a single. She should let her fans choose her singles. “Little Boy” would be the perfect single during the winter season because it has the holiday cheer in the beats. I’m disappointed with this song being chosen as a single.

  9. Sooo amazing and sexy!

  10. I think the song and vid are okay but the real problem is her career. After making noise with The Pussycat Dolls, she’s been struggling to make her mark as a solo artist ever since. She’s talented but just endlessly throwing stuff out there and seeing what will stick, I think it’s doing more harm than good.

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