Directed by Munachi Osegbu, the Houston lyricist (who recently gained a follow from the one and only Rihanna) brings the sassy and sensual Al B. Sure “Nite and Day”-sampled cut to life.
The visual features Tina Snow frolicking in a pool of bubbles and offering mesmerizing twerk moves as she spits lyrics boasting about her sultry magnetism. “My body a drug and he need it / He begging me for the treatment / He throw a fit when I leave em,” she raps.
Last year, the burgeoning rap star made history by becoming 300 Entertainment’s first female rapper and HipHopDX got the opportunity to speak to her about what made her pick 300 out of the reservoir of labels chasing her.
“300 felt like the best choice for me,” the hot girl told us. “300 feels like a family. They supported me since day one, long before I was even signed to them. So it was just natural.”
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Hotties!!!! I kno y'all have been begging for this moment just as much as I've been waiting on it. Many deals were presented to me but this just felt like the right move and now I'm officially signed 😭 THEE MF HOUSTON HOTTIE IS COMING TO SHUT SHIT DOWN 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥 thank you carl @1501_certified_ent and farris @tfarrismoney for sticking with me🥂❤️❤️ @300ent FIRST MF LADY 😛😛😛😛
Her upcoming album Fever will be the follow-up to 2018’s Tina Snow and is slated to drop sometime this year.
“It’s coming out really soon,” she told DX.
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