In celebration of his 48th birthday today (Oct. 17), Wyclef Jean has debuted a sultry new visual to accompany his track "Turn Me Good."
The music video, which features the Grammy Award-winner dressed to the nines and performing inside a mood-setting red-lit club, arrived along with a disclaimer message. While sharing the video on Twitter, Wyclef warns fans that he is "not responsible for 2AM texts to your ex" the sexy song may encourage, with the alluring visual curating a grown-and-sexy type of vibe.
In addition to sharing a new music video with fans, the rapper announced that a deluxe edition will be arriving of his Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee album next month and is set to include previously unreleased remixes.
"Marvin Gaye had 'Whats Going On,' John Lennon had 'Imagine,' Wyclef had 'Borrowed Time'," Wyclef shared exclusively with REVOLT of his latest project. "For Carnival fans, that's gonna listen to beginning to end, I created a story for y'all."
Knowing Wyclef, the deluxe edition is sure to be quite the experience, much like the original version. Mark your calendars for Nov. 3, when the special edition album is slated to hit retailers.
Take a look at Wyclef's latest music video below.