In this video, Brandy is swimming in thoughts of a guy, keeping herself penned up in a trippy retro, cartoonish room after her friend told her that her love interest is joining the party, which is going on downstairs.
A surrealistic clip built on digital effects, the video features different sequences of Brandy floating in the air, flipping and balancing vertically and horizontally alongside New York City skyscrapers and other buildings.
Entirely shot in front of a greenscreen, the video features Brandy in a highly digitalized, futurtistic environment, where enslaved men are treated as objects such as providing the foundation of a human pyramid. It concludes with her sitting in the passenger's seat in a lowrider, amid a sea of lowriders, next to brother Ray J.
While stargazing through a telescope on her Los Angeles balcony at full moon, Brandy turns her attention to a house party where she catches the eye of a longhaired male. As the video progresses, she decides to crash the shindig in hopes of meeting him. Norwood was nearly six months pregnant at the time of the shot.
Based on a treatment by producer Kanye West, the video portrays Brandy and West as a couple who is frequently disturbed by nosy friends and neighbours, who keep on popping in and out of their house to find out about their affairs.
Brandy plays an all-knowing narrator, who gives the central male character pause with her wicked glances that let him know she's watching his every move throughout Los Angeles. She follows him from a bus to a construction site to a barbershop to a bus stop, all the while catching him in the act with various women, sometimes before his girlfriend does.
The concept of the video depicts Brandy as an angel, who is crossing over to the other side and coming back into her family and friend's lives, comforting them just with her singing. The art direction for the video was loosely inspired by the 2007 science-fiction film I Am Legend.
A stylized performance video, "Wildest Dreams" features Norwood performing the song onstage in front of cheering fans inside a warehouse, flanked by three back-up singers. Intercut with black-and-white solo shots, Norwood wears skimp blue-jean shorts with red boots in the visuals.
Inspired by the motion picture The Color Purple, Norwood plays a Shug Avery-inspired protagonist in a Harlem-themed club. Shot in Los Angeles, the video features cameo appearances by Ray J, Princess Love, and girl group Glamor.