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Everyday is “Extravagant” for Kamaiyah in new visual

The Bay Area star keeps her weekly series going.

Kamaiyah
Kamaiyah
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As promised, Kamaiyah continues to bless her fans with weekly drops. Following visuals for “Go Crazy” and “Project Baby” comes a new clip for “Extravagant,” which sees her in a fly residence with colorful lights adding to the atmosphere.

Earlier this year, Kamaiyah blessed her fans with her latest project Got It Made, her first independent release since her departure from Interscope and YG’s 4HUNNID Records. The project saw 10 tracks from the Bay Area star and features from Trina, Capolow, and J. Espinosa.

In light of what’s taken place this week, Kamaiyah has also become one of the latest hip hop representatives to voice her opinion on George Floyd, who’s death occurred following his arrest by Minneapolis police. Taking to social media, she delivered a powerful and emotional message to her fans, which you can read in its entirety here:

“America is desensitizing us to watching the death of our own and doing it at a rapid rate... 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. They are no longer afraid to show us who they are because we aren’t standing together and showing them who we are. These people go through great lengths to divide us and continue the violence. They go as far as to going to these protest off duty hiding in plain sight starting the violence, rioting, and fires blaming us.”

You can press play on “Extravagant” below.

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