The cinematic visual opens with Tey arguing with Ghost about a phone she’s never seen before. As their argument escalates, the song begins and she angrily storms out of their apartment with her hair still wrapped in a doobie, letting viewers know she is mad, mad.
Meth observes this and the two end up on a rooftop together. Immediately, the scene brings back nostalgic visions of Mary J. Blige and Meth’s music video for their Grammy Award-winning duet “You’re All I Need.” Even her dance moves seem to be inspired by Auntie Mary.
Though Raekwon is missing from the video, his verse narrates the last scene where Ghost, Meth and Tey are all in a club at the same time and someone ends up getting popped.
G.O.O.D. Music’s first lady released the music video for the original version of “Gonna Love Me” in November featuring an endearing montage of moments from her marriage with NBA player Iman Shumpert and daughter Junie.
It also included a special moment between herself and forever idol Janet Jackson. Tey further pays homage to Ms. Jackson in the visual for the remix by rocking a vintage tee with the cover art to Jackson’s 1993 self-titled album.
Watch the “Gonna Love Me” remix video up top.