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Kevin Hart deals with the fallout of his infidelity in J. Cole’s video for “Kevin’s Heart”: Watch

The actor/comedian acknowledges his own real-life struggles with commitment in the newly released KOD clip

J. Cole's "Kevin's Heart" video
J. Cole’s “Kevin’s Heart” video
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    It’s been just a little more than a week since J. Cole announced his latest record, KOD, but since then he’s already dropped it and released two videos. The first, the wild, cash-crazy “ATM”, arrived last Friday, and today he’s shared a clip for KOD’s “Kevin’s Heart”.

    Directed by regular collaborator Scott Lazer, the video stars Kevin Hart himself as the comedian and actor is alternately judged and beckoned by a variety of women. It’s a clear reference to Hart’s own infidelity, which made headlines late last year, and a situation that dovetails with the song’s themes. It’s a bold move on Hart’s part, for sure. Cole cameos roughly halfway through the song, mirroring Hart’s struggles with a stroller in a way that suggests he’s all too familiar with Hart’s other, more personal struggles.

    Watch it below.

    KOD serves as the follow-up to J. Cole’s 2016 album 4 Your Eyez Only. You can stream it here.

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