Young Money’s PJ Morton rounded up quite the illustrious roster of guests for his major label debut New Orleans, including Adam Levine, Stevie Wonder and Busta Rhymes. But on the album’s latest single, “Hard Enough,” the artist — who, by the way, also happens to be Maroon 5‘s keyboardist — goes it alone.
Idolator is premiering the “Hard Enough” video today, which features Morton crooning about a breakup while his ex has a field day running over his records in an empty parking lot before eventually tying the vinyl to the back of a car and dragging the stack of LPs across the pavement. Good to see there are no hard feelings between these two.
PJ told us the following about the track: “’Hard Enough’ is one of my favorite songs on New Orleans. I believe that a human being is the most complex thing in the world. So then trying to put two human beings together is an even bigger challenge. ‘Hard Enough’ just speaks to making sure that the person you’re with is adding value to your life. Otherwise it isn’t worth it.”
Give the “Hard Enough” video a play up above, then let us know what you think of PJ’s visual below!
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