Last month, Lakeyah teamed up with the legendary tastemaker DJ Drama for their collaboration project My Time (Gangsta Grillz: Special Edition). The 11-track effort includes additional appearances from names like Bankroll Freddie, OG Parker, Tyga, and Moneybagg Yo. She has been blessing her fans with consistency with the accompanying visuals, and the next one up is “Loving Me.” The freshly released clip sees Lakeyah enjoying an intimate day with her significant other as they spend time playing games and being boo-ed up in the house as Lakeyah delivers her lyrics (before things unfortunately take a turn):
Baby, I can hear your heart crying out for me, you know loving me is easy, ain’t gotta worry ‘bout losing me/ Sex is tradition no competition, just you and me, they say love is dangerous but it’s painless when you loving me
I hold it down, not like these other bitches, I got my own bag and that’s a fact, I’m all about my business/ We ain’t gotta rush at all, so take your time with me (You can take your time)/ Baby, they say love is dangerous but it’s painless when you loving me
In terms of visuals from the project, she has dropped off clips for tracks like “Reason,” “Check” featuring Moneybagg Yo, and “313-414” featuring Tee Grizzley. Prior to this, Lakeyah unleashed her latest body of work In Due Time back in April and has been spoiling fans with consistency in terms of fly visuals. First leading with the lavish “Easy” video, then the Gucci Mane-assisted “Poppin’” cut, then “Too Much,” “Perfect” featuring Yung Bleu, she continued with “Young And Ratchet” and kept her momentum going to set up her stage perfectly for My Time to arrive. Judging by her work ethic, consistency, and execution, Lakeyah is shaping up to be one of Quality Control’s most promising acts.