In the provocative Clifton Bell-helmed visual, a typically dapper Ne-Yo, who just had a third child a couple weeks back, attempts to encourage a dancer to keep "doing what's in her soul," accompanied by his seemingly more experienced associates, Songz and Pain, who would rather take her with them.
Awash in blue, red and purple lights, Ne-Yo and co. continue to drop impassioned one-liners, while receiving lap dances in the visual, which you watch after the jump.
"Body language, she's a poet/ She's so bad and what's so sad/ Is she doesn't even know it," Ne-Yo croons.
"The more I drink the more you look like wife material/ If you ready to ride with me girl, here we go," Pain hilariously adds. "You hit the stage and you make the music stop/ Then your booty go left cheek, right cheek/ Girl I love the way you move."