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James and Nadine's ‘Complicated Love’

Former reel and real-life couple James Reid and Nadine Lustre recently teamed up to film the digital video of their duet, “Complicated Love” from Nadine’s 2020 debut full-length album, Wildest Dreams. 

The video showed James and Nadine’s real and raw emotions in portrait, as they shot scenes of recording the song in the studio and even jamming together outdoors. 

Former reel and real-life couple James Reid and Nadine Lustre team up to film the digital video of their duet, “Complicated Love.”
Former reel and real-life couple James Reid and Nadine Lustre team up to film the digital video of their duet, “Complicated Love.” 
The video was introduced during the recent launch of the new OPPO Reno6 series and the brand’s #EveryEmotionInPortrait campaign which the two headlined and are its brand ambassadors. 

The #OPPOReno6 series, the Reno6 Z 5G and the Reno6 5G, are packed with AI-enabled and innovative imaging features that help you easily take high-quality portrait videos and photos. Both smartphones boast the latest in-camera features such as Bokeh Flare Portrait, AI Portrait Beautification Video, AI Highlight Video, and AI Palette, which help you effortlessly capture your true emotions through photos and videos. 

It is available in two colors, Aurora and Stellar Black, which provide a stunning appearance that adds richness and diversity of colorful reflective effects of blue and green tones that change with different angles. 

The all-new OPPO Reno6 Series is now available for P19,999 for Reno6 Z and P26,999 for Reno6 5G.

Watch James and Nadine’s video, visit OPPO Philippines on YouTube. 

To know more about OPPO’s latest Reno6 Series, visit the OPPO Philippines’ official website at www.oppo.com.ph/ or its official Facebook page at OPPO Philippines.

Topics: James Reid , Nadine Lustre , Complicated Love , Wildest Dreams , OPPO Reno6 , #EveryEmotionInPortrait
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