Whether or not Jessica Sutta was your favorite Pussycat Doll, she's arguably its breakout music star on the charts. The former girl-group member has notched three No. 1 singles on Billboard's Dance/Club Songs chart (including her breakout solo hit "Show Me") and now she's got a hot new one that should get a significant boost from its poignant new video.
"Let It Be Love" features singer-songwriter/producer Rico Love (Beyoncé's "Sweet Dreams," Trey Songz's "Heart Attack," Kelly Rowland's "Motivation"), but neither he nor Sutta appear in their new video. Instead, a cast of actors tell a touching story of how interconnected we all are and the magic that comes from kindness. Prepare yourself for a roller coaster of emotions then click play above.
Sutta told Fuse the deeper meaning behind why she didn't want to star in the visual:
I wanted it to be about the core message of the song rather than about how I look, dance or dress. I know that love is the answer, it can just take us a while to get to a place where we are asking the right question. Beyond all boundaries, preconceived thoughts and perceptions, truth can only exist in the purity of love.
I am so honored to be doing what I love and, in that process, hopefully being able to influence light into hearts and smiles onto faces. If art, music, expression, or visuals that I am a part of can have that effect on even one other human being, then I know I am exactly where I am supposed to be.
"Let It Be Love" is currently No. 25 on the Dance charts, but we imagine we'll be hearing this song a lot more in the clubs this summer and sharing the video with our loved ones even more.