Young M.A goes through relationship woes in “She Like I’m Like” visual
The New York emcee visualizes the latest single from her debut album.
Young M.A continues to deliver high-quality releases despite her 2019 debut – Herstory In The Making – not receiving the success expected of her first effort. Her latest is a fun visual for the single “She Like I’m Like,” which sees her going through the typical relationship ups and downs with her significant other:
“(She like) Why you with them hoes that be talkin’ on the phone/
With another man talkin’ ‘bout they man?/
Them h*** that gotta lot of kids/
But they ain’t got no money and they ain’t got no plans?/
(She like) I asked you a question, so answer my question/
’Cause them the same hoes you impressin’/
Type of s*** you be on? And you all on your phone/
Now, um, who the f*** are we textin’/
(I’m like) Girl, I love you/
Them h*** is below you, put no one above you/
You know what it is…/”
Directed by Marc “The Wolf” Diamond, the aforementioned visual shows Young M.A at home and out-and-about with her attractive co-star, perfectly matching the song’s conceptual lyrics. The colorful clip follows a lot of equally dope videos from last year’s album release, including “Big,” “Numb/Bipolar,” “Sober Thoughts” and “Bleed.”
Check out “She Like I’m Like” below, along with forthcoming dates for her North American tour (you can get your tickets here).
Upcoming Tour Dates:
Sunday, March 8th: Vancouver, BC – Fortune Sound Club
Tuesday, March 10th: Seattle, WA – Neumos
Wednesday, March 11th: Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre
Friday, March 13th: Los Angeles, CA – The Balasco
Saturday, March 14th: Tempe, AZ – Aura Night Club
Sunday, March 15th: Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
Wednesday, March 18th: Denver, CO – Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
Friday, March 20th: New Orleans, LA – Buku
Saturday, March 21st: New Orleans, LA – Buku
Sunday, March 22nd: Dallas, TX – Trees
Tuesday, March 24th: Orlando, FL – Celine
Friday, March 27th: Gainesville, FL – High Dive
Saturday, March 28th: Columbia, SC – The Senate
Sunday, March 29th: Charlotte, NC – The Underground
Tuesday, March 31st: Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade
Friday, April 3rd: Norfolk, VA – The NORVA
Saturday, April 4th: Hartford, CT – The Webster
Tuesday, April 7th: Boston, MA – Paradise Rock Club
Wednesday, April 8th: Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of Living Arts
Friday, April 10th: Columbus, OH – Skully’s
Saturday, April 11th: Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
Tuesday, April 14th: Detroit, MI – St. Andrews Hall
Wednesday, April 15th: Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
Thursday, April 16th: St. Louis, MO – The Ready Room
Saturday, April 18th: Washington, DC – National Cannabis Festival
Wednesday, April 22nd: Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel
Thursday, April 30th: Providence, RI – The Strand Theatre
Sunday, May 10th: Miami Gardens, FL – Rolling Loud
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