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Fantasia Travels in Time for ‘Lose to Win’ Video

Fantasia takes it back to the 1920s, in the new video for her single, ‘Lose to Win.’

The scenes take place in a fancy mansion where everyone is glammed up and rocking furs and large jewels. The singer switches it up with her bob cut and bangs.

In the new visual, she’s going through the ups and downs of love with her guy. He’s acting up and flirting with other women at a house gathering. But at the end, he begins regretting and contemplating his actions when she takes center stage and sings, “Sometimes you got to lose to win again.”

In the end, all Fantasia has left is her pearls to clutch onto as she chooses to walk away instead of staying, although her man begs for her forgiveness.

‘Lose to Win’ samples the 1985 classic from the Commodores, ‘Nightshift.’

Her new album, ‘Side Effects of You,’ hits shelves April 23.

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