Wale’s The Album About Nothing went #1 without a hitch, marking the DC rapper’s second chart-topping album. Part of the reason for that can be attributed to its original concept of interspersing audio clips and conversations with comedian Jerry Seinfeld, in between and even into certain songs on the LP; the rest, comes from the Maybach Music Group man’s returning to true storytelling in his songs, thus infusing Nothing with, well, something.

One song in particular where Wale does this well is “The Matrimony,” TAAN’s second single which features Usher. The track is emotionally heavy on its own, describing Wale’s desire to commit to one woman in particular while acknowledging that he’s not quite where he needs to be as Usher doles out promises of “plans” on the song’s hook. But, taking advantage of summer wedding season and seeking to drive the song’s point further still, Wale has given “The Matrimony” a set of visuals to match.

Unsurprisingly, “The Matrimony” video focuses on a wedding, with Wale and the bride recounting memories of the past, how they met, and what they’ve been through. There’s a twist towards the end that will almost certainly call to mind A Different World, but the set up of it all – from the arrangement of the church, to the ceremony, to the juxtaposition of colors in black and white – makes “The Matrimony” visuals an affair to remember… and might even make viewers a little misty eyed.

Wale’s The Album About Nothing, on which “The Matrimony” appears, is available now on iTunes.