JoJo’s back! “Fuck Apologies video and lead single by American singer JoJo featuring American recording artist Wiz Khalifa from her third studio album, Mad Love. The Fuck Apologies video marks the first lead single; the Fuck Apologies video features Wiz Khalifa from her new label, Atlantic Records.
Directed by Emmy-nominated filmmaker Francesco Carrozzini, the Fuck Apologies video was filmed in various locations around Los Angeles.
At the beginning of the Fuck Apologies video, JoJo is performing alone in a hotel room, and she is later seen naked in a swimming pool and flirting with a male figure in a hallway.
Wiz Khalifa’s verse is shot in a stark black and white composition. Throughout the video, both artists’ performances are intercut with several short scenes of other characters expressing freedom and defiance that play out over the course of the song.
The official Fuck Apologies video was released on July 28, 2016 through JoJo’s YouTube channel.
The song was released on July 28, 2016 by Atlantic Records as the album’s lead single and impacted American contemporary hit radio on August 16, 2016. The song was written by JoJo and Khalifa with Taylor Parks, Oscar Holter, Matt Friedman, and Whiskey Water and was produced by Holter and Friedman.
Taylor Parks, also known by stage name Tayla Parx, is an American actress and singer-songwriter. She is best known for her role as Little Inez in the 2007 film Hairspray.
Lead single from JoJo’s third studio album, Mad Love., The song is also titled “No Apologies.” for the clean radio friendly edit.
Here is the JoJo, Wiz Khalifa: Fuck Apologies video
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