It seems like all creatives are adjusting to the Coronavirus pandemic in their own unique ways — Instagram’s live stream option has alone help create amazing new content for all stuck in quarantine. Following similar videos from Tyga and Kehlani, BIA is next to deliver some in-home entertainment in the form of “Cover Girl,” which sees the Boston emcee flexing lyrically over production by Aziz the Shake and Lil Rich:
“I’m not f***in’ no n***a, if he don’t deserve it, blew a bag on the p***y ’cause he know I’m worth it/
Maybelline cover girl for certain, and my body on point, they be like ‘Who’s your surgeon?’/
Turns out, I’m never in a drought, if I’m what these n***as say, I look better in person/
I’m already gettin’ used to the lurkin’, man these b***hes can’t stop, they the regular version.../”
The video shows the breathtaking artist changing into various outfits, dancing and modelling for the viewer. Presumably done with social distancing orders in place, it’s a simple-yet-effective clip that many of her fans can watch numerous times throughout the day. The single follows last month’s “Free Bia (First Day Out),” which signals a new chapter in BIA’s career following her new deal with Epic Records.
“It’s going to feel really powerful. Yesterday, I had some friends at the studio listening to me and they were like ‘wow, you make me feel like a strong, badass b***h.’ That’s what I want people to feel; I want women to listen to it and feel sexy, hot, and themselves.”
Press play on “Cover Girl” below, which is available on all major streaming platforms. Hopefully, BIA’s official Epic debut will be arriving soon.