Watch: Melanie Fiona & Omari Hardwick Find Chemistry in “Wrong Side Of A Love Song” Video
Actor Larenz Tate directs the video for “Wrong Side Of A Love Song,” the latest offering from Roc Nation diva Melanie Fiona, who finds herself on both the good and bad side of love with co-star Omari Hardwick.
The split-screen visuals give us two sides of one relationship, or depending on your interpretation, two different types of relationships: the playfulness, caring, and love-making vs lonely birthdays, cheating, and fighting.
Melanie seems to strike up quite a bit of chemistry with the actor, who has played both the guy you fall in love with and the guy you absolutely despise in films such as Everyday Black Man (hated him), I Will Follow (loved him), For Colored Girls (HATED HIM), and Sparkle (LOVED HIM).
Produced by Jack Splash, “Wrong Side Of A Love Song” is nominated for a Grammy tonight, and appears on the soul songstresses’ sophomore album, The MF Life.
The album, which released on March, 2012, debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200 chart and #1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, selling 69,500 copies in the United States.
The soulful ballad follows two singles, “Gone and Never Coming Back” and “4AM.” Enjoy the great video below.