The past week has been filled with darkness. After Donald Trump was declared the President Elect of the United States, morale has been low and the horizon has never looked so bleak. This is all understandable, but luckily there are things to serve as distractions from the issues at hand. John Legend's new music video features daughter Luna and serves as an uplifting and much needed distraction from the things going on in the United States.
John Legend's video for his new single "Love Me Now" could not be released at a more fitting time. It features and represents so many people who could be effected by the political climate in the United States — both young and old, over seas and in the U.S. Best of all, the video comes with a great message. The video introduces a few key locations — Domiz Refugee Camp, Northern Iraq; Orlando, Florida; Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, Standing Rock Reservation, North Dakota — and John's own home. In these places, throughout the video, love is shown in different ways — it is in the eyes of a child, a young couple, and an older Native American couple — among the other very real people shown in the video. Not to mention two very important people in Legend's life are also featured — his wife, Chrissy Teigen and their infant daughter Luna.
Luna looks adorable in the video, staring dotingly at her father while he looks on and sings to her. Honestly, Luna is a natural and looked so much at home in front of the camera — and there could be a reason why. This is not Luna's first time appearing in a music video. In July, Luna made her first ever appearance in the music video for "M.I.L.F.()