It portrays Norwood and the rapper 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.
At the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards, Norwood garnered a nomination in the Best R&B Video category for her work in the clip though she eventually lost to Alicia Keys' "If I Ain't Got You".
While it still managed to reach the top 40 in Australia, Ireland, Italy, and the Netherlands, the single failed to enter the top 50 on other foreign markets.
The music video for "Talk About Our Love" was filmed in Los Angeles between March 6–7, 2004 and produced by Rick Revel for Radical Media Inc.
West follows and sings to her next on the bed, when once again pop strangers in the room and Norwood and Kanye decide to escape out of the house.
The video ends with both singers sitting in an oldtimer and driving down the street.
"I had created a creative energy and a creative bond with Timbaland.
It was written by Kanye West, who also appears as a featured artist on it, and Harold Lilly, while production was handled by the former.
Released to generally positive reviews by critics during the second quarter of 2004, "Talk About Our Love" became a moderate chart success around the globe.
While it peaked at number six on the UK Singles Chart, the song reached the top thirty in Australia, Ireland, and the Netherlands, but barely made it to the top forty on the US Billboard Hot 100.
Due to the song's use of a sample of Mandrill's 1978 song "Gilly Hines", penned by band members Claude Cave II, and Carlos, Louis and Ricardo Wilson, they are also credited as writers.
Lyrically, "Talk About Our Love" is about a relationship that lacks support by family and friends; the music consists of an arrangement using a bass, keyboards, drums, and string instruments, the latter of which were provided by Israeli violinist Miri Ben-Ari.