Blondie and the Beat
A classic hip-hop vid featuring too many features, oversized fur coats, and sports cars parked at an angle… Sampling Chicago’s hit from 1973, “Saturday In the Park” you can’t help but bop along to this track.
Wow… this woman proves time and time again that R&B is HER thing. Not only is her singing impeccable, but her dance moves are insanely impressive. Hip popping and hair flipping at its finest. Try not to get body jealous after watching this.
With lyrics like: “Gotta read the sign like a zodiac, I’m a lowkey freak, you don’t know me yet?” there’s only one way to make this video represent the lyrics. Aiko is seen chained down to a bed as masked people hover over her. An asylum could be the location… She writhes and twitches in her manic state as she sings about, well… you get the idea.
Rexha flops around a desert, rolling in the cracked ground, booty poppin’ on a car, and whipping her blonde hair around her face. Her eyes captivate you until you can’t look away. Donning several dramatic & sexy outfits, she proves pop is her game and right now she’s #1.
Key Item: Asymmetrical t-shirt
Color Concepts: Black and White combo
Shoe Situation: Black Timberlands
Accessory Must: “I Came Here To Break Hearts” cap
Rexha gives you a Saturday night anthem you can sing to your friend who’s crying in the bathroom over her ex-boyfriend who’s out in the club grinding on another nasty girl. “No broken hearts in the club, no tears in the club, cause we gon get it poppin’ tonight…more drinks pour it up,” she sings in her edgy pop voice. Electronic synths guide this song into everyone’s heads. A pounding chorus with repetitive lyrics is all you need to get hooked. Rexha maintains her bad girl image as we’ve heard on her other hits, like “Me, Myself, and I,” (with G Eazy) and “I Can’t Stop Drinking About You.” Minaj’s rap flare adds the essential hip-hop element this song needs. After first listen, you know it’s a banger.