Hip-Hop | Bella Blaq teams up with producer Epikh Pro on “Booty”

Posted by on April 9, 2021

Dynamic hip-hop artist Bella Blaq is back with a playful new music video “Booty”

Shot as though you’re watching the events unfold through a TikTok lens, Bella chose to incorporate the viewpoint through which most people consume media – through their phones. The fast-paced edits pair seamlessly with her hard-hitting lyrical delivery as Bella tells fans about the trap lifestyle. From one of the most recognized cities for rap, this Atlanta-based hip-hop artist stays true to herself as she partners up with other content creators to tell her story and most importantly, to have fun with it.

A collaboration with multi-platinum producer Epikh Pro, her new music video bounces from sensual scenes, goofy dances and real-life moments of Bella with her friends, counting her money and most of all – empowering herself. The contrast of the phone footage paired with background shots of Bella paints the true versatility of her identity.

Hip-Hop | Atlanta Rapper Bella Blaq Oozes Confidence In New Single “Hands On Me”

Posted by on December 4, 2020

Based in Atlanta, rising rapper Bella Blaq is ready to unleash her statement making sound into the mainstream. Her bangin’ new single “Hands On Me” is the first of a string of tracks due out in the coming months. All of which form part of a collaboration with Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum producer Epikh Pro (Bryson Tiller, Cardi B, Eminem). 

“Hands On Me” was written to make a statement about Bella’s trials and tribulations experienced as a Black woman in the music industry. Whilst the beat itself is ripe for getting bodies moving in clubs, the lyrics feel like a middle finger to the serious issues that plague the business such as racism and sexism. 

While Bella Blaq may be a relative newcomer on the scene, “Hands On Me” cements her place as a serious contender in the rap world. Her cadence intertwines seamlessly with the trap beat behind her – brought to life by a quiet confidence that draws some serious parallels to the swagger of Cardi B or Saweetie.