British rapper, singer, and songwriter Stefflon Don has shared her brand new track “Move” which comes with eclectic visuals.
Since her debut single “Hurtin Me” alongside French Montana the Jamaican-born artist is unstoppable. She already earned about 5.78 billion streams and collaborated with high class musicians as Future, Lil Kim, Skepta, Mariah Carey, Sean Paul and Charli XCX.
Her Carribbean and Africa influenced music raised the awareness of several radio stations and even became BBC’s Sound Of 2017. Furthermore she was the first British female rapper ever to be featured in Rap Caviar, the XXL Freshman cover and won several awards – like the GRM Rated Award 2020 for the Female Artist Of The Year a few days ago.
“Move” seems to be another banger that will spread all over the UK. The song was produced by Troyton (Sean Paul, Ne-Yo) and recorded in Los Angeles. “Move is inspired by the old me, the Steff that the world was first introduced to. I wanted to come back with something hype, feisty and rooted,” she says about the track.
The accompanied visuals, directed by Remi Laudat, already made in the Top 10 of the Youtube trends. We see Stefflon Don going crazy in a kitchen with girls cooking and twerking at the same time. Watch the video and listen to the multi-cultural rap track with hard beats below.