Gwen Stefani Releases "Used To Love You" Video

Her new single has officially arrived.

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Last week, Gwen Stefani premiered her new single “Used To Love You.” With the song’s official video as her backdrop and a packed NYC crowd in front of her, Stefani debuted her latest at the legendary Hammerstein Ballroom. Now, she’s unveiled the high-quality, official version of the track. Courtesy of a single-shot clip, we’re now able to hear “Used To Love You” in high-definition glory. You can check the song out above, and expect more from Stefani soon.

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