The visuals are moody and stick to the sensual theme of the song. From dark lighting to a blend of performance shots with Mackey and some beautiful ladies, the director ensures the mood is on par all through the length of the shoot. I must add that Mackey pays much attention to the way his visuals are presented and like his previous work, he meticulously sets up the visual pieces and storyboarding in a unique and engaging manner that viewers will always remember.
After sharing the cinematic visuals for his two-part song, "Breakfast & Dinner," Philly singer/songwriter Terell Mackey returns with something new. His new record, "They Don't Know," is his own interpolation of the classic Jon B record of the same name. Mackey sure does something refreshing with his take and blends the retro R&B aesthetics with new-age downtempo vibes. While the first half of the record borrows heavily from the Jon B track, the remainder sees Mackey adding his own style and twist into the mix. I also dig how he flipped the chorus while adding more sultry melodies to keep things refreshing.