Here at SoulBounce, we've made it our business to keep you up to date with all things related to Faith Evans' new album, Incomparable, from the singles as they drop to the pre-release stream. Now with the album fresh out of the oven, we'd be remiss not to share the latest video, which is for the mid-tempo "California Dreamin'"-tinged "Fragile."
On "Fragile" Evans sings about needing to know how her lover truly feels before letting down her guard over a warm, horn-filled '60s throwback beat. The visuals keep with the theme of the song, with the flame-haired first lady of R&B playing another kind of first lady, the kind that lives in the White House circa the '60s and whose husband runs the country. In the video, Faith's husband is played by Pooch Hall, formerly of The Game, and while it might be difficult to take Derwin seriously as the President, it is easy to understand the predicament Evans finds herself in as she seems to turn a blind eye to his indiscretions with a flirtatious staff member. But will she catch him out in the act? You'll have to keep it locked until the end of the visuals for "Fragile" to find out.