Imani Williams tweets sneak peak of music video for “Don’t Need No Money”

Imani Williams dropped debut single “Don’t Need No Money” last week. Yesterday, she released a slight preview of the music video they’re filming.

The tweet in question is a small ten second clip of her dancing with four backing dancers.

It suggests, that a full choreography routine will feature in this soon to be released music video.

Filmed in Los Angeles, the dancers are all wearing camouflaged clothes.

She also released a 25 second clip a couple of days ago on her Facebook page, showing a more relaxed performance piece inside a warehouse.

“Don’t Need No Money” is out now and features Sigala and Blonde. It has been climbing the UK iTunes chart over the last week, and is currently within the top 100.

She previously worked with Sigala, real name Bruce Fielder, on track “Say You Do”, which peaked at number three on the UK Charts. This debut single is nothing short of a club anthem that we want to hear on the dancefloor. Blonde also features on this track. The producing duo, consisting of Jacob Manson and Adam Englefield, and have had hits such as “I Loved You”, “All Cried Out” and “Nothing Like This”. This is the perfect collaboration, sure to kick-start Imani Williams’ career.

“Don’t Need No Money” is the first taste of Imani Williams’ debut album, which boasts songwriting credits from Becky Hill and Ali Tennant as well as producer credits from Michael Angelo and Blessed Beats.

Watch the lyric video, in anticipation of the upcoming music video, below:

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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