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Apr 13, 2015
Stuttgart. DJ and producer Felix Jaehn teams up with singer Jasmine Thompson and a smart forfour for a high-spirited rendition of his new song "Ain‘t Nobody (Loves Me Better)". The German music producer and the British musician have breathed fresh life into Rufus and Chaka Khan's classic from 1983. The single, released on Universal Music, dishes up catchy rhythms and infectiously danceable grooves, and has what it takes to be a summer hit. Just one week after the single was released on 3 April 2015, the song is among number 5 on the iTunes Charts. The video, which can be viewed since 10 April 2015 at , shows the two musicians in Barcelona. They each explore the lively and trendy city in their own way. With the smart forfour edition #1 the new smart model is shown in a music video for the first time.
In the music video Felix Jaehn and Jasmine Thompson relate the story of a skater and a dancer as they spend a day in this fascinating Spanish city. Jasmine relaxes on the beach and explores the city centre with a friend while Felix roams the city in the smart forfour edition #1 and meets with a skater friend.
The paths of the skater and the dancer cross again and again – for dancing at the famous Barcelona Ballet Institute or skating at the beach, for example. And so a subtle love story begins. In the evening the two meet at a party high over the rooftops of Barcelona, where Felix is deejaying.
A varied mix of dancing, skating and driving scenes in a smart car lends the video pace and rhythm, creating imagery that transports the song's emotions in a unique and rousing manner. Barcelona, the smart forfour, and the new song – the perfect trio for a great video and joie de vivre.
The smart forfour edition #1
The smart forfour edition #1 is also something special. The first edition of the new four-seater features the tridion safety cell in lava orange and a graphite grey body. The sky is the limit with the panoramic roof, which conjures up a light and airy feeling on board. The black/orange interior also radiates pure joie de vivre. It is clear from the off that this car is ready to take the city and the surroundings by storm, offering space for four people. Further features include painted black 16-inch alloy wheels. All special equipment options are available, too. In Germany the price is €14,990 (with manual transmission, incl. 19% VAT.).
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