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Ari Lennox Reflects In ‘Waste My Time’ Single

Ari Lennox Reflects In ‘Waste My Time’ Single

Ari Lennox reflects on former relationships. Her new video for “Waste My Time” has Ari questioning her past choices.

Ari Lennox Reflects On Past Relationships In New Video For Single ‘Waste My Time’

R&B singer Ari Lennox is giving fans another visual from her highly successful album “age/sex/location”.

Already the 31-year-old singer – real name Courtney Shanade Salter – has dropped “POF”, “Hoodie, and “Pressure from the project.

This time around, “Waste My Time” gets the official music video treatment.

The video is visually stunning, you can see it below.

Taking a moment to reflect on her contributions to past relationship issues, the vid has Ari facing a therapist.

Though nervous, she faces things head-on.

Questioning her choices, the singer struggles to answer the question, “Why do you think you keep falling for the type of guy?”

That’s when we get to see the songstress in sensual moments with a lover.

When finally able to answer the question, she sighs and says, “Well I mean, why do they keep falling for me?”

Directed by Val Vega, check out the official music video for “Waste My Time” right now –

How beautiful is that?

You can look to see Ari when she goes on her final tour.

Want more on Ari Lennox… hit us up.

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