Esperanza Spalding is gearing up to release her new album, Emily’s D+Evolution, next month. The project serves as her first full-length in almost four years, and it's clear from her recent song releases that the talented 31-year-old artist is pushing the boundaries of her sound and influence in music. That includes "One," which receives the proper visual treatment today.
It's begins with Spalding singing and holding her bass in a dimly lit room fitted with plants that gives off a rainforest vibe. By the time the chorus hits, viewers receive a more trippy aesthetic that features Spalding grooving to the track with bright strobe lights pulsating in the room. And when that bass solo comes? Spalding gets down. Check out the video for "One" above and pre-order Esperanza Spalding's Emily’s D+Evolution on iTunes here. The album comes out March 4.