Kamaiyah takes cues from her song "Fuck It Up" for the track's very turned up visual co-starring YG. Produced by Fader and directed by Chris Simmons, the visual follows both rappers as they cruise around Kamaiyah's native Oakland, bumping hard on High Street in Oakland until night finally hits. That's when Kamaiyah, YG, her childhood Big Money Gang Crew, pretty much the rapper's entire town along with some very cute kids driving toy Ferraris, wearing bandanas, etc, reunite in the parking lot for one very lit after hours party.
Kamaiyah and YG have a history considering the young MC penned his Drake collaboration, "Why You Always Hatin?" so it makes sense that he would want to pay it forward by showing to work side by side for their joint track off her March released mixtape, A Good Night in the Ghetto, which was easily one of the best albums of 2016 so far.
"The 'Fuck It Up' video was about bridging the Bay to L.A. gap," Kamaiyah told Fader, speaking on her move from Oakland to Los Angeles this past year. "I wanted to bring the Town out in a positive way and to have fun. I think we were successfully able to convey the message."
The video is really just further proof why we felt the need to dub Kamaiyah one of the best new musicians out there. Watch the new video above. You can also revisit her incredible debut mixtape or get familiar with the artist right here.