Last year, an at-the-time incarcerated Kodak Black teamed up with relative newcomer Jennaske for “Die With You,” which — for many — marked their first introduction to the Arab-Haitian talent. A year later, she delivers a new cut of her own titled “Sway,” which sees her asserting her dominance as one of the best in the game:
“Two chicks in the foreign, 1942, the bitch pourin’, I gotta heat run when I’m callin’, I’ll fuck up the bag and run up with no warning, ooh, I’m the bitch, don’t you start it … bitches hate me ‘cause they boring…”
Shot by Stefan Bunbury, “Sway” also sees an accompanying music video that shows Jennaske and her crew dancing to the music. The Queens emcee can also be spotted in other locations throughout, including a basketball court and — from a more seductive standpoint — in a bathtub.
Via press release, Jennaske further explains “Sway” in more detail:
“Hitting the studio daily, getting more into my musician character, and studying the legends to see how they came up consists of most of my days … I love music, and I want the world to see that! Whatever work I have to put in to see that happen, I will do it!”
Those more familiar with the rising star will probably know Jennaske as one of the cast members on “Love & Hip Hop: New York,” where she was known as a dancer and choreographer for the likes of Desiigner, Maino, and Remy Ma. Day one fans will also remember earlier musical releases, including “Been A Problem,” “Pull Up,” “Ske,” and the Nympho Waves EP. Hopefully, Jennaske has plenty more in store as a recording artist — including an official debut LP for fans to enjoy.
In the meantime, you can enjoy Jennaske’s “Sway” video below.