Daniel Caesar reveals gorgeous beachside music video for new single 'Best Part' featuring H.E.R.

The R&B sensation performed the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and will also be taking the stage at Coachella this weekend.


                            Daniel Caesar reveals gorgeous beachside music video for new single 'Best Part' featuring H.E.R.
Daniel Caesar and H.E.R. (Source : Getty Images)

Two-time Grammy-nominated platinum-certified R&B star Daniel Caesar unveiled the music video for his latest single 'Best Part' [feat. H.E.R.] on Wednesday (April 11).

A gorgeous beachside affair, the captivating split-screen clip depicts each respective vocalist walking along the water. The sun glistens off the sand as the voices entwine despite the distance. Dreamy acoustic guitar resounds as Caesar’s voice carries off into the horizon and H.E.R. simply hypnotizes as she maintains her signature mystery throughout the clip.

'Best Part' stands out as the latest favorite from the artist’s Grammy-nominated full-length epic, 2017's 'Freudian' and has already racked up over 66 million Spotify streams and counting.

 

Watch the music video below:

As a preview to the music video, the duo took to the stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live on Tuesday night (April 10) for the first late night performance of the track. H.E.R., the reclusive songbird known for keeping her identity a mystery, donned a pair of sunglasses with a flowing white ensemble for her live TV debut. Positioned in front of a video backdrop of her taking a stroll on a beach at sunset, the singer crooned her way through her verses as Caesar softly strummed his acoustic guitar. 

After recently completing his sold-out Freudian World Tour, Caesar descends on Coachella this weekend and next. He will be performing at the Outdoor theatre at the festival on Friday, April 13 and again on Friday, April 20.

Caesar quietly built a platform to reach the top of R&B and soul in 2018. He’s performed everywhere from The Late Late Show with James Corden to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert alongside Chance the Rapper, no less, and Late Night with Seth Meyers. Notably, he even attracted the highest endorsement possible, with 'Get You' appearing on President Barack Obama’s 'Year-End Best Songs list' alongside another Caesar favorite 'First World Problems.'