Priyanka Chopra’s In My City music video out
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Priyanka Chopra grabbed international headlines with her first ever single, In My City, which was launched on the coveted NFL network in the US. And now, following the success and rave response to the
single, the actress-cum-singer launched the official music video of In My City featuring Will.i.Am last week at the Reliance Digital Store in Mumbai.
At the event, Priyanka said, "I'm nervous and I'm excited. This is another first for me. my first ever music video. We've tried to capture the essence of the song, which essentially is welcoming people into each others world."
Produced by RedOne and Brian Kennedy, the video was directed by award winning music video, advertising and feature film director, Joseph Kahn. Choreographer Richard Jackson popularly known as Richy has choreographed the dance for the video. In My City is quite popular in India, Sweden and Canada. And in her first album itself, Chopra is already bagging prestigious international nominations. The number was nominated for World Music Awards in the Best Debut and Best Song categories.
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