Fans of T.I.’s coming-of-age “ATL” film will appreciate this one. Because one could never be enough, Saweetie has decided to drop off two music videos for our viewing pleasure.
In conjunction with an official accompaniment for her “B.A.N.” track, the Bay Area-bred upstart has also dropped off the new music video for High Maintenance choice cut “Good Good.”
While the former was more along the lines of saying “snip snip” to an ex, “Good Good” finds Saweetie on a flirtatious tip as she moves on to the next one with lines like, “Late at night with my girls in the club about to end/Got me scrollin’ through my phone, hit your name, send that pin/When you see them grey dots then you know what’s happenin’.”
In the video, we got dynamic shots of the young rapper with the primary setting being a house party where Saweetie takes on a look that pays homage to “ATL” character and sweetheart New New, portrayed by Lauren London.
In conjunction with the March arrival of her debut High Maintenance EP, west coast rapper Saweetie teamed up with Spotify to give fans a vertical visual to accompany the project’s opener “B.A.N.”
An acronym for “bum ass nigga,” the track has quickly risen in the ranks of breakup anthems to fuel any independent woman’s soundtrack this season and now the Warner Music signee has unleashed an official music video for the track.
Taking on an aesthetic reminiscent of some of our favorite female artists of the 90s and early 2000s, we get Saweetie as she effortlessly switches up looks between flows while commanding the camera solo for most of the clip before we’re greeted with an outro laced in comeuppance.