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Mya questions her lover's devotion in new video for "Down"

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Mya has dropped off yet another visual for a cut from her latest album, T.K.O (The Knock Out). This time around, the veteran singer has gifted fans with a new video for "Down."

In the clip, scenic views of Indonesia take center stage as Mya sings of the importance of devotion. While the video was shot in the South Pacific, the song's infectious chorus has a Caribbean feel.

The visual's release marks one year since T.K.O's arrival, as well as the 21st anniversary of Mya's self-titled debut album in 1998.

The vocalist took to Instagram over the weekend to reflect on the monumental feat. 

"Wouldn’t have made it this far without you. Enjoy the art & goddess spring vibes from me & my amazing independent team. Love you all," she captioned a teaser of the Josh Sikkema-directed clip.

The video for "Down" follows a slew of singles that have also received the visual treatment from Mya, including “You Got Me”, “Damage" and “With You."

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