Jennifer Hudson’s latest music video, “I Still Love You,” debuted on June 4. It talks about marriage equality, a cause that she has strongly believed in for some time, with a beat that made to play in clubs.
“I just think the concept was just powerful to go with such a positive song. It’s about love and everyone should have love and have the right to love who they want to love,” Hudson said to MTV News about her latest single.
The video was released as a part of Logo’s #A1150 campaign, designed to be a platform for LGBT people and allies to fight for marriage equality in all fifty states. The video is also a part of a partnership with W Hotels and the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), called Turn it Up for Change.
Hudson told Out Magazine, “from my friends to my fans, many of the most important people in my life are members of the LGBT community. I’ve always admired and respected the gay community for its courage, independence, confidence, and spirit. It feels natural for me to support this cause and I’m grateful to be a part of it.”
Her new music video comes on the toes of her Broadway debut in The Color Purple. Watch it below: