Eric Bellinger searches for “One Thing Missing” in new video
The new song will appear on his forthcoming project ‘Eric B For President: Term 3.’
As fans patiently wait for the forthcoming Eric B For President: Term 3 project, Eric Bellinger drops off yet another taste from the body of work. The California singer just shared his new music video for “One Thing Missing,” and the new song follows his previously recently released “SOLO’N” and “GODLY” from the same project.
On the new “One Thing Missing” track, Bellinger sings about having everything he needs around him for the perfect evening, except one last thing:
“I promise all I’m missing is you. Baby, you don’t ever gotta question what I’m saying now. The one thing missing is you. I got the champagne, I got the candlelight. I got protection, I got the red roses with the rosé on ice. The one thing missing is you.”
Eric B For President: Term 3 is the third installment in a series, with the first two projects that dropped in 2016 and 2017, respectively. His last solo LP, Saved By The Bellinger, was released last September, and the Optimal Music collaboration with Neiman J and his EP Hors D’oeuvres, were released in April and June.
When he’s not busy writing, performing, and producing love songs, Eric Bellinger is working on he entrepreneurial ventures. In an interview with REVOLT back in April, the singer shared his thoughts about pursuing your own business:
“Entrepreneurship is necessary. It’s business because you have to have multiple streams of income, man. With music only, it’s cool to build and establish. But, once you’re established, I wouldn’t say to do a million things if you haven’t reached a certain point of satisfaction. If it’s a passion especially because I look at it like, now that my music has taken me to where I am now, I can use this in my lane still. I don’t have to go all the way back from ground zero. I can use the resources and invite my friends…to join me over here. You can piggyback as long as it’s something that you’re doing.”
Watch Eric Bellinger’s new “One Thing Missing” music video below!
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