Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImageFresh from starring in VH1’s The Breaks, Mack Wilds has unleashed a new music video for his latest single “Love in the 90z,” the first offering from his upcoming, sophomore album.
In the Benny Boom-directed clip, which premiered on The Fader, Mack flirts with his love interest in various parts of Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. The video was filmed on Stuyvesant Avenue between Quincy Street and Lexington Avenue, the same location used in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing.
Prior to releasing the visual, the singer told ABC Radio that he’s nearly completed the follow-up to 2013’s New York: A Love Story, which was was nominated for Best Urban Contemporary Album at the 56th Grammy Awards and spawned his chart-topping hit “Own It.”
“We’re almost done with it actually. We’re finishing it up now, putting the finishing touches on it to make sure that when I release it, you know, I want to do something that is just as dynamic as what we did the first go-round,” he says. “Just something that feels authentic to who I am and what I am and where I am right now as a young man who’s grown up.”
As for what people can expect, the actor-turned-singer says his creative juices are flowing. “I think now, you know, I’m in a place where it’s all just creativity,” he says. “Everything from what I write to what I produce to what I sing to what I act, you know, I think it’s all just different forms and different facets of creativity that I’m showing the world.”
Mack will release his second album via Epic this year.
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