Braxton enlists the help of pals NeNe Leakes, Shateria Moragne-el and Malika and Khadijah Haqq for the brothel-inspired clip. ET was with Braxton on the set.
"I thought about it and I was like, 'You know, it would be really cool if I had my real girlfriends in a bit of a brothel. But you know it could be in the 1930s, it could be -- 2015!" she told ET on the set of the video. "And it doesn't necessarily mean that we're selling ourselves. It just means we're all looking for something, and you don't really know what each individual is looking for 'til you see the video."
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"[The song] about being transparent and it's about being open and honest with the person that you love," Braxton said. "It's just saying, 'If I don't have you in my life, I don't have anything!' Because sometimes we say things that we don't mean, and people can get the wrong message by having an argument or not being able to express ourselves. This song is just something that you can just play and let it talk for you."
The single features on Braxton's upcoming album, Calling All Lovers.
On Sunday, Braxton made news by laying her long-running feud with K.Michelle to rest with a performance on the BET Awards. See her open up about the decision in the video below.