Just last week, Tinashe made her return with her latest single “Bouncin.’” The upbeat track deserved a visual, and she made sure to deliver. In the spirit of of the song’s theme, Tinashe unveils a visual filled with trampoline choreo as she rides the uptempo beat:
Watch it bouncin’ on the ground, got my edges sweating out/ Turn it up extra loud (Uh, oh ohhh) yeah tonight we stepping out/ Been a minute since I found someone who could hold it down (Uh, oh ohhh) Whatchu really talking bout?
I been sending dirty pics, hope they make it to the cloud (Uh, oh ohhh)/ Watch it bouncin’ on the ground, got my edges sweating out/ Boun-bouncin’ on the ground (Boun-boun-bouncin’ on the ground)/
Tinashe took to social media to announce her 333, which may or may not feature past drops like “HMU For A Good Time,” “Let Me Down Slowly,” “Rascal (Superstar),” and “Dance Like Nobody’s Watching” with Iggy Azalea. Shortly after, we saw her bless the masses with “Pasadena,” an Oliver Malcolm-produced effort that fellow fellow Cali star Buddy. She then swooped in for an assist when she linked up with Rejjie Snow and grouptherapy for Rejjie’s single “Disco Pantz.”
As the multitalented Tinashe ventures into her latest chapter in her artist career, she reflected in a recent conversation how she feels about moving forward. “There’s obvious difficulties and hurdles and things that aren’t as easy to accomplish as before when you have a machine working on your behalf,” Tinashe says. “They’re important things, but they’re less tangible for me as a creative person. The things that I’ve gained from this experience are freedom and confidence and inspiration and creative energy, and those things are really invaluable to someone like me.”
Be sure to watch Tinashe’s brand new music video for “Bouncin’” down below.
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