AlunaGeorge, Dreezy and Leikeli47 Keep it 100 in “Mean What I Mean” Video
The song is off her upcoming album I Remember, which is the follow up to her 2013 debut, Body Music.
The video finds all three women bringing excitement to desolate places whether they be performing in the desert of busting a choreographed dance routine in an abandoned amusement park.
Dreezy brings the bars rapping, "Can't you see, nobody get me, and I will hurt feelings/Yeah, so keep your hands up off me/I get it if I want it, i don't care what you bought me/I touchdown, he think he in the endzone/Called him little bird and put him back up in the friendzone."
Dree's debut No Hard Feelings dropped earlier this month, spearheaded by the hit single "Body" featuring Jeremih. The album featured other guest appearances from Gucci Mane, T-Pain and Wale and is definitely the Windy City MC's most broad project to date.
"I think just getting signed with the label; [Interscope Records] brought a lot of sounds," said the Chicago rapper when XXL talked to her in June. "I think before I got signed I didn’t realize how big my sound was or how far I can take it. I still don’t. But when I got to the label they would just have me try different stuff. Like the Terrace Martin record, I would’ve never did nothing like that. The “Body” record, same way, they brought that track too. It came out dope. I’m just trying stuff every day. I want to have a versatile sound; I just don’t want to have one sound."
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