B.o.B. takes fans on an international trip in his new video for “So Good.”

The camera pans through France and Italy at the song’s start before ending on a beach in Buenos Aires.

With shots of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, The Duomo in Florence, and cobble stone streets, B.o.B. sure knows how to treat his girlfriend.

“Love tell me how you feel/ What’s your fantasy/ I see us on a beach down in Mexico/ You can put your feet up/ Be my Señorita/ We ain’t gotta rush just take it slow/ You’ll be in the high life/ Soakin’ up the sunlight/ Anything you want is yours/ I’ll have you liven’ life like you should/ You’ll say you’ve never had it so good,” he sings.

The energetic track features B.o.B.’s sleek raps alongside a steady percussion beat. Shot in Buenos Aires and directed by Justin Francis, the track exudes a laid-back vibe, no doubt a solid lead in to summer.

Yesterday, B.o.B. released “Where Are You (B.o.B. vs. Bobby Ray)” off his upcoming album Strange Clouds. His sophomore LP is due May 1. In a recent interview with MTV News, B.o.B. discussed his excitement for Strange Clouds.

“On Strange Clouds I feel like everything is refined. The lyrics, the beats, the production, the hook, the vocal performance. I really put a lot of creative energy and time into developing the songs and the music,” he said. “After experiencing what it’s like to put out an album and tour it, I learned a lot from that. That helped a lot in this process, making the Strange Clouds album.”

– Annie Reuter CBS Local


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