It's been a long, long time since the early '90s heyday of one-time boy band Hi-Five. But like many things '90s, the group is attempting to make a comeback. Back in September, we brought you their upbeat new single "Sunshine," and now that quintet has given us a video to match.
The song, produced by Andre Ramseur, was written by group member Faruq Evans as a tribute to the sunshine in his life — his daughter. However, the visuals find each of the group's members showing the viewer what brings the sunshine into their lives. For some, it's spending a bit of quality time with their lady. For others, it's finding that perfect beat in the studio or even making their way to church services on Sunday. But if your own sunshine happens to come from the group performing, then you're in luck, as there's plenty of performance footage included here. We see the fellas dressed in white shirts and jeans as they set it off in park, all-white suits in a nighttime scene and even in all-black ensembles while they do their thing in a club. And for added nostalgia, the boys shout out late member Tony Thompson by singing a bit of their big hit "I Like The Way (The Kissing Game)."
Yes, the budget constraints are quite obvious here (to be blunt, it looks like it was filmed on someone's personal camcorder — and not a top of the line one either), but you have to give the fellas points for giving it their all and tapping into the '90s nostalgia moment. Get yourself a little sunshine when you take a peek at the video below.