Austin Mahone Taps Flo Rida As His Wingman In 'Just A Friend' Video‬

8 February 2013
For anyone who's stuck in the friend zone, Austin Mahone will show you how to flirt your way out of it with his new music video for "Say You're Just a Friend."

The video is pretty simple in concept, focusing on the singer's swaggy dance moves, love for baseball caps and hard-to-resist flirty demeanor with the PYT he enlisted to play his love interest in the clip. And not that he needs any help, but he enlisted Flo Rida as his wingman on the track, which samples Biz Markie's "Just a Friend."

So what's Austin's winning formula for convincing his crush they should be more than just pals? Conversation on the couch, a sassy photo shoot and some cutesy glances, judging from the video.

Shortly after the clip's premiere, Austin asked his fans, "What does everyone think of the #SYJAFVIDEO?!?!? Big Thank You to @Ray_Kay for Directing the Video."

Fans were able to tell him on Thursday (February 7), when the teen singer took over the @MTV Twitter account to answer questions from his fans! They sent them to Austin using the hashtag #AustinMahoneMTV and he did his best to respond to as many as possible.

In addition to dropping his glossy new clip and getting chatty with his fans, he has also just been named one of MTV's "Artists to Watch" for 2013.

What do you think of Austin Mahone?

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