Kamaiyah preaches “Black Excellence” in new video
The Bay Area star celebrated Juneteenth with her latest drop.
“B***h, I turn this b***h to a man down, I’m a cash cow, worth stacks now, you was with me back then but where you at now?/
Black magic, b***h, I’m that brown, I don’t f*** with your set, your check style, know my worth, worth, worth for the verse, verse, verse/
That’s why I charge a chicken for a verse, verse, verse, Kamaiyah keep a stick off in her purse, purse, purse, be damned if they put me in the dirt, dirt, dirt/
Even Nicki do it to me, I’m not feelin’ me, we’ll make it to be old and to be elderly, teach you how to be a player, build better than me/”
The clip keeps with her previous weekend drops, with Kamaiyah keeping things fly and exuding confidence while performing the infectious cut around a mansion with her crew. The flashy clip follows the equally dope “Extravagant,” “Go Crazy,” and “Project Baby.”
“George Floyd was someone’s son, father, uncle, cousin and friend. When will enough be enough for us to start seeing the bigger picture? This country is built on institutionalized racism the same person who is pulling the trigger will be protected by the officials we fail to vote out of office who governors our state and our cities. The same judge who will be responsible for convicting the parties involved for this injustice will be appointed by these same people. They’ve stop wearing a mask and started wearing a badge.“
Fans can press play on “Black Excellence” below.
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