Award-winning crooner and actor Matthew Morrison releases the highly energetic Broadway-esque video to his cover of Duke Ellington's jazz classic 'It Don't Mean A Thing' which is set to feature on his upcoming second studio album 'Where It All Began' out in the UK on June 17th 2013 through Adam Levine's 222 Records.
The video shows the 'Glee' star looking sharp in a grey suit while dancing up and down the street passing several girls in fifties style swing dresses. He dances both solo and together with a girl he meets in a wonderfully choreographed musical style ensemble. The song is a brilliant modern take on one of the biggest jazz favourites of the world but maintains the classic style and doesn't lose any authenticity.
Morrison, who has managed to garner Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe nominations for his work on stages and film sets, is pleased that the album - which features an appearance from the legend that is Smokey Robinson - has finally come to fruition. 'This is the album I've always wanted to make, and I am looking forward to sharing the experience with everyone - I'm so excited to be coming back to the UK to showcase my second studio album to my fans', he says.
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The actor says he isn't "holding out for more money or doing anything like that".
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