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SZA Gets Magical In Maroon 5’s ‘What Lovers Do’ Visuals + You Need To Hear Nick Cannon’s Gritty ‘Stand For What’ Protest Video

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SZA joins forces with Maroon 5 in their new video treatment, “What Lovers Do.” Peep the clip, plus hear Nick Cannon’s powerful “Stand For What” protest video inside…

SZA teams up with Maroon 5’s frontman Adam Levine for a fun video where they share “What Lovers Do.”

In the colorful Josephn Kahn-directed clip, SZA and Adam embark on a day filled with adrenaline rushing activities, including riding jet skis, walking up to dinosaurs, swimming with mermaids and more. The couple takes us into a CGI-heavy world with colorful graphics and animations.

Check it out below:

While trekking the nation on her CTRL Tour, SZA celebrated her track “Love Galore,” featuring Travis Scott going platinum:


WONDALAND honcho Janelle Monae gift her a beautiful flower arrangement to celebrate her platinum single:



SZA will hit the stage in Dallas tonight.

With so much talk about protesting the national anthem, Nick Cannon offers up the perfect response why black people SHOULDN’T stand for the anthem. It has nothing to do with disrespecting our armed forces.

In his “Stand For What?” clip, he uses spoken word to explain why he’s not standing for the national anthem and drops wisdom on the origin of the nation’s song.

"Stand for what? The beginning of Slavery in 1619 Or the end of those Black Marines of 1814? That's really what the lyrics are about," he says. "They may have taken the word 'slave' out, but they forget to remove the slave connotations from their brains and they mouth."

The piece includes footage of him on the frontline, protesting with locals in St. Louis after a white cop was acquitted for killing a black man. It also showed clips of black men being killed by police, the violent protests in Charlottesville and more. Throughout the clip, he made it crystal clear he’s not “standing for sh*t.”

Peep the chilling clip above.



1. "black-ish" star Jenifer Lewis is releasing her memoir, "The Mother of Black Hollywood: A Memoir" set to hit bookshelves November 14th. You can preorder with Amazon now.

Photo: SZA's IG




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